Cursed Bunny (Paperback)
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Cursed Bunny (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 15/07/2021
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Waterstones Says

Deploying the fantastical and surreal to address very real issues of patriarchy and capitalism, the stories that comprise Chung's dazzling collection are vivid riots of unpredictability and invention.

Shortlisted for the International Booker Prize 2022

Cursed Bunny is a genre-defying collection of short stories by Korean author Bora Chung.

Blurring the lines between magical realism, horror, and science-fiction, Chung uses elements of the fantastic and surreal to address the very real horrors and cruelties of patriarchy and capitalism in modern society.

Anton Hur's translation skilfully captures the way Chung's prose effortlessly glides from being terrifying to wryly humorous.

Publisher: Honford Star
ISBN: 9781916277182
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“Draws you in”

Once I started reading I couldn't stop. The stories keep at the edge of your seat, drawing you in with unexpected twists and turns. Can't wait to read more of Bora Chung's work.

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“Quite disappointed”

The stories don't really reel you in. As a short story collection nothing really gripped me to wanting more or feeling satisfied. My expectation was for creepy and disturbing and I felt very comfortable reading... More

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Lucy

“Terrifying and Captivating”

An incredible short story collection, I wasn’t expecting to love it so much. Truly mesmerising, Chung is one of my new favourite writers.

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