(left) Cover image from "Poems" (Sigajip, 1929) by Yi Kwang-su, Chu Yo-han, and Kim Tong-hwan; (right) Fingerprint on the third edition of "A Girl's Flower Garland" (Ch’ŏnyŏ ŭi hwahwan, 1929) by No Cha-yŏng

Dance of Anguish: Poetic Texts from 1920s Korea

(left) Cover image from "Poems" (Sigajip, 1929) by Yi Kwang-su, Chu Yo-han, and Kim Tong-hwan; (right) Fingerprint on the third edition of "A Girl's Flower Garland" (Ch’ŏnyŏ ŭi hwahwan, 1929) by No Cha-yŏng

(left) In the Adan Mun'go collection. 

(right) This image shows the fingerprint of someone (perhaps the pressmen Kim Chae-sŏp) who handled the sheets of the third edition of A Girl's Flower Garland (Ch’ŏnyŏ ŭi hwahwan, 1929) by No Cha-yŏng while the ink was still wet—a physical reminder of the human presences that can be made manifest through careful attention to Korea's literary artifacts. In the collection of the National Library of South Korea.