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Author: Ruth Barraclough

Title: Tales of Seduction

Subtitle: Factory Girls in Korean Proletarian Literature

Journal: Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique

Volume: 14

Issue: 2

Year: Fall 2006

Pages: 345-371

ISSN: 1067-9847 – Find a Library: WordCat | eISSN: 1527-8271 – Find a Library: WordCat

Language: English

Keywords: 20th Century | Korean History | Representations: Literature; Types: Sexual Harassment, Workplace Sexual Violence


Link: Duke University Press (Restricted Access)

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Author: Ruth Barraclough, Department of Pacific and Asian History, Australian National University


  Factory Girls and the Sexual Crisis (p. 348)
  Tales of Seduction (p. 351)
  The Human Predicament (p. 353)
  New Women and Superfluous Men (p. 354)
  The Rape of Sŏnbi (p. 356)
  Fortress Factory (p. 358)
  Radical Males (p. 361)
  The End of KAPF: The Separation of Art and Politics (p. 363)
  Conclusion (p. 364)
  Notes (p. 366)