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House with a Sunken Courtyard

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by
Kim Won-il (Author) and Ji-moon Suh (Translator)

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 319 pages

File size: 412 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


An occasionally terrifying and always vivid portrayal of what it was like to live as a refugee immediately after the end of the Korean War.  An occasionally terrifying and always vivid portrayal of what it was like to live as a refugee immediately after the end of the Korean War. This novel is based on the author’s own experience in his early teens in Daegu, in 1954, and depicts six families that survive the hard times together in the same house, weathering the tiny conflicts of interest and rivalries that spring up in such close quarters, but nonetheless offering one another sympathy and encouragement as fellow sufferers of the same national misfortune: brothers and sisters in privation.

An occasionally terrifying and always vivid portrayal of what it was like to live as a refugee immediately after the end of the Korean War.  An occasionally terrifying and always vivid portrayal of what it was like to live as a refugee immediately after the end of the Korean War. This novel is based on the author’s own experience in his early teens in Daegu, in 1954, and depicts six families that survive the hard times together in the same house, weathering… (more)

An occasionally terrifying and always vivid portrayal of what it was like to live as a refugee immediately after the end of the Korean War.  An occasionally terrifying and always vivid portrayal of what it was like to live as a refugee immediately after the end of the Korean War. This novel is based on the author’s own experience in his early teens in Daegu, in 1954, and depicts six families that survive the hard times together in the same house, weathering the tiny conflicts of interest and rivalries that spring up in such close quarters, but nonetheless offering one another sympathy and encouragement as fellow sufferers of the same national misfortune: brothers and sisters in privation.

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