The Red Room

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  • Paperback
  • 195 pages
  • The Red Room
  • Bruce Fulton
  • English
  • 01 March 2018
  • 9780824833978

The Red Room Modern Korean Fiction Is To A Large Extent A Literature Of Witness To The Historic Upheavals Of Twentieth Century Korea Often Inspired By Their Own Experiences, Contemporary Writers Continue To Show Us How Individual Koreans Have Been Traumatized By Wartime Violence Whether The Uprooting Of Whole Families From The Ancestral Home, Life On The Road As War Refugees, Or The Violent Deaths Of Loved Ones.The Red Room Brings Together Stories By Three Canonical Korean Writers Who Examine Trauma As A Simple Fact Of Life In Pak Wan So S In The Realm Of The Buddha, Trauma Manifests Itself As An Undigested Lump Inside The Narrator, A Mass Needing To Be Purged Before It Consumes Her The Protagonist Of O Chong Hui S Spirit On The Wind Suffers From An Incomprehensible Wanderlust The Result Of Trauma That Has Escaped Her Conscious Memory In The Title Story By Im Ch Or U, Trauma Is Recycled From Torturer To Victim When A Teacher Is Arbitrarily Detained By Unnamed Officials Western Readers May Find These Stories Bleak, Even Chilling, Yet They Offer Restorative Truths When Viewed In Light Of The Suffering Experienced By All Victims Of War And Political Violence Regardless Of Place And Time.

10 thoughts on “The Red Room

  1. Arlene says:

    I could not put this book down Dealing with the aftermath of the Korean War, this book is a chilling, yet amazingly descriptive work whose main characters trauma and struggles are vividly drawn This translation conveys to the read...

  2. Jonathan Barry says:

    I m a bit biased, as one of the translators is my professor, but this is truly a great collection of three Korean stories The translation is superb and the stories are truly compelling This is one of the required readings that will stay on my shelf.

  3. Jonathan Schmitt says:

    Korea has had a tumultuous modern history, and the trauma that unfold in these short stories is gut wrenching, a travesty, and so very captivating.