A Black Kite: The Poems of Kim Jong-Gil
- About the Book
This selection from Kim Jong-Gil’s work contains just over 50 poems, written throughout his career and chosen by himself. The poems are those by which he wishes to be remembered. The topics are personal, often the result of a journey back to a place familiar in childhood, or of a moment of insight. Occasionally the poems evoke visits to places far from Korea. The collection exemplifies the simple human dignity to which Korean writers attach such great importance.
- About the Author(s)
Kim Jong-Gil, AuthorKorean poet
Brother Anthony, TranslatorBrother Anthony of Taizé, who also goes by his Korean name An Sonjae, is a literature scholar and translator and is professor emeritus of English language and literature at Sogang University in Seoul.
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