Korean Folk & Fairy Tales
영역: 고전동화 (Classic Storybooks)
구성: 양장본 | 256쪽 | 210*148mm
배송: 단행본 두권이상 미국내 무료배송
2 in stock (can be backordered)
수잔 크라우더 한은 1953년 사우스 캐롤라이나 그린우드에서 태어났다. 그녀는 1975년에 사우스 캐롤라이나 대학교 예술대학에서 스튜디오 예술을 전공으로 학사 학위를 취득했으며 미국 평화 재단의 봉사단원으로 1977년에 처음 오게 된 한국에 현재까지 거주하고 있다.
Suzanne Crowder Han was born in Greenwood, South Carolina in 1953. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of South Carolina in 1975, majoring in Studio Art. She has lived in Korea since 1977 when she first came to the country as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer. She is now a freelance writer, editor and translator. She has Written a collection of Korean folk and fairy tales and a number of Korean guide books and children’s books. She has also translated and published several Korean literary works.
Dragons, ghosts, ogres, tigers, demonic foxes, supernatural spouses and, of course, people with all their human frailties are among the characters that revealed perceptions of life and notions about power, money, justice, love and interpersonal relations that, through the ages, have become ingrained in the Korean psyche. Passed on from generation to generation, the tales of ancient Koreans and the creeds and codes by which they lived. It includes fables, anecdotes, fairy tales, and tales of the bizarre. Some are charming, some gruesome, and some humorous.