River Junction: Short Stories: Tales of Life in the United States and Korea - PDF free download eBook

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Join author Sukza Park on a journey toward understanding the commonalities between Korean and American ways of life in this powerful collection of short stories. The first section contains six...

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Original Title
River Junction: Short Stories: Tales of Life in the United States and Korea
Edition Format
Kindle Edition
Number of Pages
254 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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Join author Sukza Park on a journey toward understanding the commonalities between Korean and American ways of life in this powerful collection of short stories. The first section contains six stories, each exploring the lives of Koreans living in Korea. The first story, "One Day in Cherwon" chronicles a day in the life of a Korean man who must come to terms with demons fr Join author Sukza Park on a journey toward understanding the commonalities between Korean and American ways of life in this powerful collection of short stories.

The first section contains six stories, each exploring the lives of Koreans living in Korea. The first story, "One Day in Cherwon" chronicles a day in the life of a Korean man who must come to terms with demons from his youth. Cherwon County saw the fiercest concentration of combat during the Korean War, lying along the border of the buffer zone between North Korea and South Korea.

The second section deals primarily with stories that address the experience of Koreans living in the United States and the attendant issues of making an identity and place for oneself in a foreign land. The characters in these stories wrestle with maintaining a sense of belonging to their home country while cultivating a new life and sense of belonging in America. In all her stories, Park emphasizes the unique aspects of Korean history, the sociopolitical landscape, and philosophy—all while establishing the deep threads of humanity running between Korean and Americans everywhere.


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