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Who ate up all the shinga?

an autobiographical novel

by Wan-sЕЏ Pak

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPark Wan-suh ; translated by Yu Young-nan and Stephen J. Epstein.
SeriesWeatherhead books on Asia
ContributionsYu, Yŏng-nan., Epstein, Stephen J., 1962-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL992.62.W34 K82513 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23053624M
ISBN 109780231148986
LC Control Number2009000332

Sell Who Ate Up All the Shinga? An Autobiographical Novel, by Park - ISBN - Ship for free! - Bookbyte. Park, W: Who Ate Up All the Shinga? Weatherhead Books on Asia: : Park, Wan-Suh, Young-nan, Yu, Epstein, Stephen: Libros en idiomas extranjerosReviews: 3.

Review. Who Ate Up All the Shinga? is clearly a volume that should be added to the growing staple of works taughts in Korean literature, culture, and history coursesJournal of Asian Studies A deeply moving, warm personal Lyrical in its descriptions of village life, this gripping book is written with a confessional chattiness that contrasts with the hardships it describes Reviews: 3. This book is written in Korean only. Who Ate Up All The Shinga? is about Park Wan Suh’s experiences during the Japanese occupation of Korea and Korean War. In , she was born in a small village near Kaesong where she had a better life without worries.

and Who Ate Up All the Shinga Sarah Suh Master of Arts Department of East Asian Studies University of Toronto Abstract Autobiographical studies in the past few decades have made it increasingly clear that it is no longer possible to leave autobiography to its . Who Ate Up All the Shinga? is an extraordinary account of her experiences growing up during the Japanese occupation of Korea and the Korean War, a time of great oppression, deprivation, and social and political instability. Park Wan-suh was born in in a small village near Kaesong, a protected hamlet of no more than twenty families.5/5(2).


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Who Ate Up all the Shinga. is such a charming book. Park has a very personable tone to her writing. And it kind of reminded me a little of another favourite book in translation, Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window by Tetsuko Kuroyanagi, Chihiro Iwasaki (Illustrator), Dorothy Britton (Translator).

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