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Remembering Korea 1950: A Boy Soldier'S Story by H. K. Shin
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About meEugenia Kim is the daughter of Korean immigrant parents who came to America shortly after the Pacific War. She has published short stories and essays in journals and anthologies, including [Echoes Upon Echoes: New Korean American Writings], and is an MFA graduate from Bennington College. THE CALLIGRAPHER'S DAUGHTER, her first novel, won the 2009 Borders Original Voices Award, and is a Washington Post Best Book of 2009.
About my libraryPosted here is my library of Korean and Korean American fiction and memoirs, and other Asian and Asian American fiction and memoirs, Korean history, and Asian studies subjects. Also African American authors and other authors of color.
Real nameEugenia S. Kim
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Member sinceApr 15, 2009