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Book Review: Han Kang – Human Acts

Han Kang follows up Man Booker prize winning The Vegetarian with a brutal look at the Gwangju massacre in South Korea in 1980. The novel, split into six core chapters, interweaves multiple characters, though our centre is Dong-ho, a young boy who is tragically murdered. Another chapter shows the viciousness of censorship in 1980’s South Korea… Continue reading Book Review: Han Kang – Human Acts