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  • Modern Korean Fiction by Bruce Fulton
    Modern Korean Fiction (English, Paperback) Bruce Fulton

    Presenting stories from neglected female, North Korean, and wolbuk writers (those who migrated to the North after 1945 and whose works were widely banned in South Korea) and by bringing politically engaged works together with experimental ones, this anthology articulates the ruptures and resolutions that have marked the peninsula.

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  • Another Man's City - A Novel by Choi In-Ho
    Another Man's City - A Novel (English, Paperback) Choi In-Ho

    "Another Man's City "is structured as a virtual-reality narrative manipulated by an entity referred to variously as the Invisible Hand or Big Brother. The scenario is reminiscent of Peter Weir's 1998 film "The Truman Show" and Kazuo Ishiguro's novel "The Unconsoled." The novel begins with a series of seemingly minor juxtapositions of the familiar and the strange, as a result of which the...

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  • Mina by Kim Sagwa
    Mina (English, Paperback) Kim Sagwa

    ?She doesn't know what to do, and that amounts to a state of torture.?Crystal toils day and night to earn top grades at her cram school. She's also endlessly texting, shopping, drinking, vexing her boyfriends, cranking up her mp3s, and fantasizing about her next slice of cheesecake. Her non- stop frenzy never quite manages the one thing that might calm her down: opening up about the pressures that...

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  • The Future of Silence: Fiction by Korean Women by Ju-Chan Fulton
    The Future of Silence: Fiction by Korean Women (English, Paperback) Ju-Chan Fulton

    Stories by Korean women from the 1960s to 2000s illuminate the complex lives, psyches and struggles of women.

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  • I Met Loh Kiwan by Haejin Cho
    I Met Loh Kiwan (English, Hardback) Haejin Cho

    A captivating short novel that follows the journey of North Korean refugee Loh Kiwan to a place where he doesn't speak the language or understand the customs. Loh's story of hardship and determination is revealed in flashbacks by the narrator, Kim, a writer for a South Korean TV show, who learned about Loh from a news report.

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  • I Met Loh Kiwan by Haejin Cho
    I Met Loh Kiwan (English, Paperback) Haejin Cho

    A captivating short novel that follows the journey of North Korean refugee Loh Kiwan to a place where he doesn't speak the language or understand the customs. Loh's story of hardship and determination is revealed in flashbacks by the narrator, Kim, a writer for a South Korean TV show, who learned about Loh from a news report.

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  • The Dwarf by Cho Se-Hui
    The Dwarf (English, Paperback) Cho Se-Hui

    Focuses on the dark side of South Korea's "economic miracle". First published in 1978, this work talks about the painful social costs of reckless industrialization, and portrays the spiritual malaise of the rich and powerful and a working class subject to forces beyond its control.

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