Dictee - Clio: History Summary & Analysis

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
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Clio: History Summary

Yu Guan Soon is born on March 15, 1903 and dies October 20, 1920. She is born of one mother and one father. She makes her duration (her lifetime) complete as others before her have made theirs complete, without the leisure to examine the truths and untruths according to history. "Truth embraces with it all other abstentions other than itself." She calls their names, Joan of Arc three times and Ahn Joon Kun five times. There are no people without a nation and ancestry. No other nations have their independence. Their country, with five thousand years of history, has lost it to the Japanese. Japan creates an assembly to discuss everything that happens in the realm of Korea. Fifty Japanese advisers, "men of little experience and less responsibility," work in Seoul, producing many ordinances and new regulations as the government is changed from an absolute...

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