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Pilate's Jesus

By: Chan, Jeong—Yoo-Jung Kong, Translator

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2011

Edition: First in English

Seller ID: CCC987.1


This literary rewriting of the life of Pontius Pilate is a South Korean contribution to the rich body of world literature based on the life of Jesus and other biblical characters, including the philosopher Philo, Saul, who later became the apostle Paul, and finally Jesus himself. Based on considerable historical research on the period, this novel is bound to spark controvery with its interpretation of sacred texts and figures. View more info

Pilate's Jesus

By: Chan, Jeong—Yoo-Jung Kong, Translator

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2011

Edition: First in English

Seller ID: CCC987.2


This literary rewriting of the life of Pontius Pilate is a South Korean contribution to the rich body of world literature based on the life of Jesus and other biblical characters, including the philosopher Philo, Saul, who later became the apostle Paul, and finally Jesus himself. Based on considerable historical research on the period, this novel is bound to spark controvery with its interpretation of sacred texts and figures. View more info

50 Dutch & Flemish Novelists

By: De Wit, Joost, Compiler—Stanley H. Barkan, Editor

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications Foundation for Translations: 1979

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC118.1


"When this project was conceived by Joost de Wit, director of the Foundation for the Promotion of the Translation of Dutch Literary Works, to prepare fifty four-page promotional folios on Dutch and Flemish novelists, it was with a view towards interesting American editors and publishers in publishing these novelists—heretofore or relatively unknown to them—in English. Once the folios were completed, however, it became apparent that the collected set could provide an... View more info

50 Dutch & Flemish Novelists

By: De Wit, Joost, Compiler—Stanley H. Barkan, Editor

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications / Foundation for Translations: 1979

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC118.2


"When this project was conceived by Joost de Wit, director of the Foundation for the Promotion of the Translation of Dutch Literary Works, to prepare fifty four-page promotional folios on Dutch and Flemish novelists, it was with a view towards interesting American editors and publishers in publishing these novelists—heretofore or relatively unknown to them—in English. Once the folios were completed, however, it became apparent that the collected set could provide an... View more info

Skipper Worse

By: Kielland, Alexander Lange—Christopher Fauske, Translator; Jeff Voccola, Editor

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2008

Edition: First in English Translation

Seller ID: CCC957.1


SKIPPER WORSEE is a penetrating portrait of emotions and passions in a small coastal Norwegian town, where love and marriage struggle with pride and ambition. One of the most powerful and representative novels of late 19th-century European realism, SKIPPER WORSE reveals why Alexander Lange Kieeland belongs in the company of Charles Dickens, Edith Wharton, and Katherine Mansfield. View more info

Skipper Worse

By: Kielland, Alexander Lange—Christopher Fauske, Translator; Jeff Voccola, Editor

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2008

Edition: First in English translation

Seller ID: CCC957.2


SKIPPER WORSEE is a penetrating portrait of emotions and passions in a small coastal Norwegian town, where love and marriage struggle with pride and ambition. One of the most powerful and representative novels of late 19th-century European realism, SKIPPER WORSE reveals why Alexander Lange Kieeland belongs in the company of Charles Dickens, Edith Wharton, and Katherine Mansfield. View more info

Korean Writers: Ko Won, Yun Humyong, Yang Guija

By: Ko, Won & Barkan, Stanley H., Editors

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2005

Edition: First

Seller ID: BOX011


Includes paperback copies of SOUTHKOREAN POETS OF RESISTANCE, THE TURN OF ZERO, VOICES IN DIVERSITY, THE LOVE OF DUNHUANG, and STRENGTH FROM SORROW View more info

The Love of Dunhuang

By: Yun Humyong—Kyung-nyun Kim Richards & Steffen F. Richards, translators

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2005

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC982.2


Yun Humyong's first novel, THE LOVE OF DUNHUANG, originally published in Korean in 1982, takes as its theme the melancholy and despair common to contemporary life. The main character/narrator is unemployed after having quit his job as a magazine reporter. He barely survives on the money his girlfriend earns. One day, he wanders through the streets of Seoul while his girlfirend is in the hospital. He visualizes himself as a lion walking through the desert under the mo... View more info

The Love of Dunhuang

By: Yun Humyong—Kyung-nyun Kim Richards & Steffen F. Richards. translators

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2005

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC982.1


Yun Humyong's first novel,THE LOVE OF DUNHUANG, originally published in Korean in 1982, takes as its theme the melancholy and despair common to contemporary life. The main character/narrator is unemployed after having quit his job as a magazine reporter. He barely survives on the money his girlfriend earns. One day, he wanders through the streets of Seoul while his girlfirend is in the hospital. He visualizes himself as a lion walking through the desert under the moo... View more info