Lost in Seoul: and other discoveries on the Korean peninsula

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Random House, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 238 pages
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Relates the author's experiences while staying with his wife's family in South Korea, focusing on the power of this vital social unit

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Lost in Seoul: and other discoveries on the Korean peninsula

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Stephens, an American writer, introduces Korean culture, history, and sociology in the context of his visits to his wife's family in Seoul. He has an engaging style and depicts with respect and humor ... Read full review

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Found this at the Uptown library while looking for guide books to South Korea (and after early voting - one stop shop!). Strangely put together and a bit odd literarily (and the author himself kind of ... Read full review

Contents

Lost in Seoul
19
Tea at the Palaz of Hoon
36
Grandma Oh
58
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Michael Stephens, lecturer in English and comparative literature at Columbia University, is a writer, poet, and play­wright whose fictional works have been acclaimed in periodicals from Publishers Weekly to Rolling Stone.