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Read ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ç Oh Jung-hee O Chonghui is an immensely accomplished author having won both the Yi Sang and Tongin awards Korea's most prestigious prizes for fiction Translations of her works into Japanese English French and other languages have earned her international acclaim generating comparisons with Joyce Carol Oates Alice Munro and Virginia Woolf O Chonghui crafts historically rooted yet timeless tales imagining core human experiences from a female point of view Together with Pak Wanso Park Wan suh she formed a powerful challenge to the conservative literary establishment in Korea becom. Although she is one of the most revered figures in contemporary Korean literature not mu

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Review ß 불의 강 107 Þ O Chonghui is an immensely accomplished author having won both the Yi Sang and Tongin awards Korea's most prestigious prizes for fiction Translations of her works into Japanese English French and other languages have earned her international acclaim generating comparisons with Joyce Carol Oates Alice Munro and Virginia Woolf O Chon Ogues and stream of consciousness in her narratives developing themes of abandonment and loneliness in a carefully cultivated dispassionate tone Her nameless narrators stand in for the average individual struggling to cope with emotional rootlessness and a yearning for permanence in family and society Arguably the first female Korean fiction writer to follow Virginia Woolf's dictum to do away with the egoless self sacrificing angel in the house O Chonghui is a crucial figure in the history of modern Korean literature on par with Kim Sowol Hwang Sunwon and Yi T'aeju. O is a stunning and profound challenge to a patriarchal literary establishment Her stori

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불의 강Ing one of the most astute observers of its society and the place of tradition within itThese nine stories range from O's first published work in 1968 to one of her last publications in 1994 Her early stories are compact often chilling accounts of family dysfunction reflecting the decline of traditional agrarian economics and the rise of urban industrial living Later stories are expansive weaving elouent occasionally wistful reflections on lost love and tradition together with provocative explorations of sexuality and gender O makes use of flashbacks interior monol. made me want to write like o chônghûi also i loved the subtle gayness