Pre-war literature is a concept that has become familiar in life and in literary research and criticism. This concept is only a literary period from the early 20th century to 1945, can also extend to 1946 (before the national resistance war took place) with the mark of Dạ Đài. As a brilliant period of Vietnamese literature, pre-war literature brought in its heart the movements of the social, political, artistic structure and a new value system associated with Western-style models. Not only that, pre-war literature in the trend of modernization and globalization is a phenomenal phenomenon on the scale of East Asia. Therefore, the issues raised from this literary period contain the story of the country and the region and the strong cultural changes before the invasion of the West.