Quiet People : Korean Stories
Set in Korea: a valuable insight into the country from a mainly Western perspective by a writer who also manages to capture something of the Korean 'identity'. Raises questions in ourselves about ourselves, sameness and otherness. Certainly not a tourist guide to Korea or the human soul.
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