Stingray (Library of Korean Literature) Paperback – 19 Nov 2013
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Subtle and interesting
27 December 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Perhaps not a masterpiece of the highest order, but a very fine tale of a young man coming of age in a deeply rural and deeply traditional environment. I think it will leave most American readers with a desire to read more of the series.
Korean culture at a slow pitch
4 March 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Not a great work in and of itself -- it's alternately too florid or too on-the-nose for its length -- but it does function as a window onto Korean mores: Pride, shame, self-flagellation, han (which I'd define as a blend of fatalism and perseverance), they're all on display here. A good primer to start off the series.
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