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Ay by the father's violent possessiveness Depressed the father no longer returns for his weekend visits and the children are left to fend for themselves U mi attempts to care for U il with help from neighbours but her despair leads her to mimic her father's behaviour abusing the one person closest to her A beautifully I had read my two book club books for this month and I had about a week remaining so I picked his short book up from my bookshelf and digested it On the looks of the story it appears very simple two kids one an older sister about 11 years old who is looking after her little brother in North Korea when mom and dad both leave them Dad comes back into their lives for a short time showing up with a mom for them but that doesn't work out and mom leaves and dad shows up very very little after that so they are on their own Little brother gets sick and he yearns to fly like birds to be free of this very poor life I thought the book was worth my time to read it it hows how a community CAN bring up two little kids when their folks give up on them And for that i got a lot out of this book emotionally and informatively

DOC 새 By Oh Jung-hee

새 By Oh Jung-hWritten deeply affecting story of a shattered childhoodTranslated by Jenny Wang MedinaOh Jung Hee was born in Seoul in 1947 In the 1970s when modernisation was in full force in Korea she began her career as a writer and is now an uncontested master of this genre of brief dense prose the uintessence of Korean literature This book is uite different from all the ones I read It has the same feel as a classic but it's different at the same time It's full of the past korean culture influence and I had what I wanted a view into the korean underlying life the one not shown on TV I really enjoyed it even if it's not so happy and all I also liked that it's written frim an 11 year old girl's point of view

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PDF Û BOOK 새 By Oh Jung-hee FREE Ø INSOLPRO ✓ ➵ [Reading] ➷ 새 By Oh Jung-hee ➪ – Insolpro.co.uk After the death of their mother U mi and her little brother U il are shuttled between relatives until their father retrieves them He puts the children in the care of a young stepmother fresh from a After the death of their mother U mi and her little brother U il are shuttled between relatives until their father retrieves them He puts the children in the care of a young stepmother fresh from a brothel who looks after them during the week while he works at a remote building site But the stepmother is soon driven aw I am sure this little South Korean novel has literary merit but it really was not for me It was written in a style that reminds me of the books I had to read for school Therefore it felt too much like a chore to read it Luckily it was only short otherwise I would likely not have finished itI did not like the characters or the story itself Some grim things happened that I really did not want to read about I understand what the author was trying to show highlighting the effects the economic change in South Korea had on the lives of the poor but I really disliked the style For me it did not delve deep enough and the story never felt uite engaging enough I understand why it had a child narrator but it just did not work for meI do want reiterate that this is a matter of personal taste and this is by no means a bad novel It just really did not sit well with me