Choe Chi-Won

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Choe Chi-Won

 

(pseudonym, Koun). Born 857 in Kyongu; year of death unknown. Korean poet and scholar.

Choe Chi-won’s poetry and prose collections Chungshan pokkwe chip and A Collection of Verse have not been preserved. Some parts of his Literary Works From the Garden of Cinnamon Trees have survived, and some of his writings were preserved in the works of later authors. Choe Chi-won’s poetry, written in hanmun, includes lyrical nature poems, descriptions of the calamitous history of the Korean people, and criticism of the Confucian policies of the government.

REFERENCES

Nikitina, M. I., and A. F. Trotsevich. Ocherki istorii koreiskoi literatury do XIV v. Moscow, 1969.
Zhdanova, L. “Khram oblachnykh vysot: Stikhotvoreniia Tsoi Chkhivona—poeta drevnei Korei.” In Vostochnyi al’manakh, fasc. 3— Iskry plameni. Moscow, 1975.
In the collection: Kojon chakkaron, part 1. Pyongyang, 1958.
In the book Choson munghaksa, vol. 1. Pyongyang, 1959.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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