Author : Shin Hyun-cheol
Publisher : NandaThis book is written in Korean.
"Shin Hyun-cheol's first new book in four years, experiencing and reading poetry with life"
Critic Shin Hyung-cheol presents a new book four years after . "If there is such a thing as the nurturing of life, I believe it is poetry."Saying that a poem composed of lines and stanzas is like a life that accumulates while walking, Shin says that in this book, he explains the stories of poems he has experienced and read in his life with deep and sensuous sentences.
In this book, he shares the stories of poetry he has experienced and read in his life in deep and sensuous sentences. Starting with Sango Shiga's "Gongmu Dohaga", Choi Seung-ja's "20 Years Later, To Ji", Lee Young-kwang's "The Invention of Love", Mary Oliver's "Geese", and finally Park Joon's "Maybe We Can Watch the Rainy Season Together". As we experience and read the poems around us as our own lives, we create great and special moments again and again. When we step into the world of Shin's poetry, we experience poems we know anew. 'There is a sentence that I desperately need, but I don't know what it is. One day, I read a sentence and realize that this is the one I've been waiting for.' You will encounter such sentences throughout this book.