The Depths of a Clam: Selected Poems
Kim Kwang-Kyu wrote in a simple vocabulary with grammatically coherent language that included a humor that had not been present in contemporary Korean literature. He demonstrated that it was possible to write about social issues while remaining deeply personal, a concept that has had a profound influence on younger poets. The reader who comes to these poems is thus being invited to wake up from mindless slumber and start thinking about things that matter.
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