by Han Kang
Editor: GRANTA BOOKS
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Gwangju City, South Korea, 1980In the wake of a violently repressed student revolt, a boy looking for his dead friend, an awareness in search of his abandoned body, and a brutalized country searching for a voice.In a sequence of interconnected chapters the victims and bereaved people encounter censorship, denial, forgiveness and echoing the agony of the initial traumatism.Acts of Man is a universal book, completely modern and profoundly timeless.Already a controversial best-seller and award-winning book in Korea, he confirms Han Kang as an extremely important writer.
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