The University of Washington Libraries worked tirelessly to create this remarkable digital collection of materials related to rare literary works from the post-WWII period in Korea. This period from 1945 to 1950 is known as the "liberation space," and proved to be a "temporal space of blossoming post-World War Korean art and literature." First-time visitors can read the excellent exhibit essay, peruse the exhibit catalog, or browse the offerings, which include poems, short plays, posters, and a range of artistic ephemera. It's a wonderful set of materials and a great example of how to craft a meaningful digital collection.


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