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This volume features a guest-edited collection of writing from Korea - a country marked by the scars of foreign occupation, civil war, and authoritarian leadership. In compelling stories and essays, some of Korea's leading contemporary voices explore the traumatic events of their nation's past, and reveal how personal memory and national memory must be reconciled before healing can begin. This volume also begins with a two-part symposium on translating poetry from Asian languages.
University of Hawai'i Press
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