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Kim Sagwa ½ 0 ReadOpping but it was the pointless dialogue that did me in While there some arresting imagery and effective mood setting ultimately this feels like notes a novel that never uite
comes together This book very much disturbed me But I did not now how to ratetogether This book very much disturbed me But I did not now how to rate Some of the writing was very good Some of the writing was I thought too drawn out like enough already I get your point The story line was good I read the book in one sittingBottom line from me The book disturbed me and I think that it should have I think that was what the author intendednot to disturb for disturbing sake but to make "The Reader Aware Of The "reader aware of the of some teenagers in growing up in South Korean society You might want to read this book and you might find it to be of worth and you might be glad that you read it if you want to go into the mind of a teenage girl in South Korea who is sane but troubled but then sinks into a psychotic state and you are with her in her mind during her psychotic state you are privy to all of her thoughtsand if you are prepared for violence directed at an animal I don t think many of us areI guess the uestion is are you willing to read it if it contributes to the book s themepoint and another human being again not something that many of us relish but is there a point to its inclusion in the story I did not now how to rate this book so I did something I have never done before when writing GR reviews. Ina nous entrons dans le royaume de la jeunesse dorée de Séoul une jeunesse surtout soucieuse de jouir sans entrave ui n’a ni désillusion ni scrupule ni traumatisme Impassible devant la souffrance des autres ou des animaux et certaine de son destin protégé elle est fière d’appartenir à une élite abrutie par le maintien de son statut socialÀ 29 ans considérée comme une écrivai. .
Before I read the reviews of others from newspapers and blogsites I needed to now if others thought this book had redeeming value Because I was flummoxed And I did greatly appreciate the reviews and they are below along with an interview by the author Via the reviews I became a bit educated on the subject matter in this book I have a long ways to go Reviews Interview with Sagwa on her book October 2018 Interview re newer novel b Book and Me Notes Description of the author on the inside of
the back cover Kim Sagwa is one of South Korea s mostback cover Kim Sagwa is one of South Korea s most young writers She is the author of several novels story collections and works of nonfiction and has been shortlisted for major South Korean awards including the Munji Prize and the Young Writers Award Kim contributes columns to three major Seoul newspapers and she co translated John Freeman s book How to Read a Novelist into Korean She lives in New York City Jim a list of those books and awards can be found at What also influenced how I rated this book is that a literary periodical that I subscribe to and highly value Granta published a chapter from this book on its website The Closet Sagwa published this book in 2008 a year before she graduated from Korean National University of Arts I believe she was 24 years old It s another one of those books in which the interval between "its original date publication and its translation into English 2018 was uite long. Ne irrévérencieuse Kim Apple "original date publication and its translation into English 2018 was uite long. Ne irrévérencieuse Kim Apple la figure de proue des écrivains en révolte contre un système accusé de broyer une jeunesse insouciante jusu’à l’inconscience jouisseuse violente et si peu préoccupée de l’intérêt public Elle dénonce sans relâche une société mercantile et stressante et des conflits intergénérationnels ui poussent chaue catégorie à en exclure une autre. Oddly expository at odd intervals A devastating critiue of Korean Cram School culture Unpleasant characters a disturbing read Yet in places the writing atmosphere tension are uite beautiful I M SUCH A NORMAL GIRL AND such a normal girl and the world is stickier and grosser than a cobweb why is that etc ok it s a super vivid criticism of how poisoned our emotional health is under neoliberalism im sure feeling nauseous the whole book is part of the point but i just couldn t get on board w it there s a lot of sudden transitions between dialogue to omniscient voice where it goes on for pages rigorously describing the psychology of characters
#and the political #the political of orean cram "school culture i couldn t tell if i "culture i couldn t tell if i this or not which probably means i didn t though the omniscient voice was clarifying at times at least of what the author seems to believe abt Crafting Novels Short Stories korean society as the dialogue also was pretty hard to follow distracted but impenetrable bc it mainly came from the unraveling protagonist who would be constantly circling her internal monologues about her murderous rage im giving it 3 stars bc i didn t like the experience of reading this at all but i also think the book did its job the whole premise is a logical conseuence of training children to think of their lives in terms of how they can best maximize their human capital This book wasn t for me Wasn t a fan of the omniscient point of view and freuent head Mina Minho et Sujeong les trois lycéens de ce roman font partie de la nouvelle génération Gangnam StyleAprès le suicide de sa meilleure amie la vie de Mina bascule Dans sa chute elle entraîne Sujeong son autre amie Freinée dans des ambitions u’elle pense légitimes cette dernière va se venger de la plus horrible des manières Une vengeance à plonger le lecteur dans la stupeurAvec