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by Jung-hee Oh

eBook Chinatown (Modern Korean Short Stories) download ISBN: 1565912063
Author: Jung-hee Oh
Publisher: Hollym International Corporation (December 31, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 151
ePub: 1949 kb
Fb2: 1318 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Short Stories and Anthologies

Born in 1947, Oh Jung-hee majored in Creative Writing at the Seorabol Art College. She made her literary debut in her sophomore year in college when her short story, Wan-gujeom yeo-in (The Toy Store Lady) won the 1968 Sinchun Literature Award sponsored by Joongang Ilbo.

Born in 1947, Oh Jung-hee majored in Creative Writing at the Seorabol Art College. She received the Yi Sang Literature Award in 1979 for Jeo-nyoeg-ui ge-im (Evening Game) and the Dongin Literature Award in 1982 for Donggyeong (The Bronze Mirror).

Bilingual (English/Korean); part of the Modern Korean Short Stories Series. Korea was an arduous and painstaking place to live in after the nation's civil war. Incheon, one of the war's most famous backdrops, provides the setting for Chinatown, the story of life in one of the ubiquitous shantytown areas that dotted the Korean landscape at the time, and is a painfully real Bilingual (English/Korean); part of the Modern Korean Short Stories Series. Korea was an arduous and painstaking place to live in after the nation's.

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Bilingual (English/Korean); part of the Modern Korean Short Stories Series. Korea was an arduous and painstaking place to live in after the nation's civil war. Incheon, one of the war's most famous backdrops, provides the setting for Chinatown, the story of life in one of the ubiquitous shantytown areas that dotted the Korean landscape at the time, and is a painfully real account of what many suffered through. It is also a grim tale of how Koreans, American soldiers and Chinese vendors failed to understand each other on any meaningful level.