Wayfarer: New Fiction by Korean Women

Wayfarer New Fiction by Korean Women The eight writers in Wayfarer are among Korea s best known authors and bring an astonishing breadth of experience and style to the fiction collected here They explore love and independence break the

  • Title: Wayfarer: New Fiction by Korean Women
  • Author: Bruce Fulton
  • ISBN: 9781879679092
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • The eight writers in Wayfarer are among Korea s best known authors and bring an astonishing breadth of experience and style to the fiction collected here They explore love and independence, break the bounds of family, are punished and resurgent A powerful collection that strikes at the heart of what it means to be modern, to be Asian and to be a woman, Wayfarer shows a cThe eight writers in Wayfarer are among Korea s best known authors and bring an astonishing breadth of experience and style to the fiction collected here They explore love and independence, break the bounds of family, are punished and resurgent A powerful collection that strikes at the heart of what it means to be modern, to be Asian and to be a woman, Wayfarer shows a country and a culture in the midst of earth shattering change.

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  • 549 Comments

  • I really loved this anthology of Korean women writers - it is possibly one of my favorite collections to date. I felt like each story was very solid and I enjoyed each one of them. I'll expound more at a later time.


  • Beautiful and intriguing. A lot of itchy restless emotions and quiet/strange(but easy to relate to) female desperation. Does chronic dissatisfaction = mental disease or clarity? Reading this made me feel lonely and comforted at the same time.


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