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Yi, Mun-yŏl, 1948-

LC control no.n 80030164
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPL992.9.M83
Personal name headingYi, Mun-yŏl, 1948-
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Variant(s)Yi, Mun-nyŏl, 1948-
Yi, Mul-lyŏl, 1948-
Lee, Mun-yol, 1948-
Yi, Munyol, 1948-
Li, Wenlie, 1948-
李文烈, 1948-
李 文烈, 1948-
이문열, 1948-
이 문열, 1948-
Mun-yol, Lee, 1948-
Munyol, Yi, 1948-
Birth date1948-05-18
Place of birthSeoul (Korea)
AffiliationHunkuk University of Foreign Studies (Seoul, South Korea)
Profession or occupationNovelists College teachers
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Non-Latin script references reviewed in NACO CJK Funnel References Project.
Found inHis Saram ŭi adŭl, 1979: t.p. (李文烈 = Yi Mun-yŏl) colophon (b. 1948)
His Hail to the emperor! c1986: t.p. (Lee Mun-yol)
Yi Mun-yŏl non, 1991: t.p. (이 문열 = Yi Mun-yŏl) p. 343 (b. 5/18/48 in Sŏul)
Our twisted hero, 2001: CIP t.p. (Yi Munyol)
Son of man, 2015: ECIP t.p. (Yi Mun-yol [in rom.]) data view (born in Seoul, May, 1948; he the author of numerous books, including Hail to the Emperor!, Our Twisted Hero, and the novella Saehagok, which won the New Spring Literary Contest sponsored by Dong-a-Ilbo; he is among South Korea's most celebrated writers; currently a chair professor at Hunkuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul)
Meeting with my brother, 2017: ECIP t.p. (Yi Mun-yol) data view (Yi-Mun Yol was born in South Korea and has written several novels and more than 50 novellas and short stories)
Associated languagekor