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Human Acts

A Novel. Winner of the Malaparte Prize 2017

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1100

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

17.10.2017

Verlag

Penguin Random House

Seitenzahl

240

Beschreibung

Details

Verkaufsrang

1100

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

17.10.2017

Verlag

Penguin Random House

Seitenzahl

240

Maße (L/B/H)

20,3/13,4/2 cm

Gewicht

216 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-101-90674-3

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Amazing!

Mari aus Wien am 20.11.2022

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Before i started this book i was very hesitant. Historical books aren’t my cup of tea. But this book….THIS BOOK OH MY GOD. Once i started it I couldn’t put it down. Han Kang exceeds my expectations each time with her books. I absolutely can’t relate to the characters. But reading it, i felt what they went through. It was soul touching and really questions us as humans. It’s mellow and tender and yet so much heaviness. It’s almost as if it was crushing your heart but you liked every moment of it.

Amazing!

Mari aus Wien am 20.11.2022
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Before i started this book i was very hesitant. Historical books aren’t my cup of tea. But this book….THIS BOOK OH MY GOD. Once i started it I couldn’t put it down. Han Kang exceeds my expectations each time with her books. I absolutely can’t relate to the characters. But reading it, i felt what they went through. It was soul touching and really questions us as humans. It’s mellow and tender and yet so much heaviness. It’s almost as if it was crushing your heart but you liked every moment of it.

Tender, yet shocking

Bewertung am 18.11.2017

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Again novelist Han Kang ('The Vegetarian') created a shocking, yet so tender and touching piece of written art. Her narration of the students uprising in Gwangju 1980 is kind of a portrait of individuals - those who suffer physically as well as those who suffer psychologically. Kangs quiet writing is the perfect form to remember the cruelty of those dark days.

Tender, yet shocking

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Again novelist Han Kang ('The Vegetarian') created a shocking, yet so tender and touching piece of written art. Her narration of the students uprising in Gwangju 1980 is kind of a portrait of individuals - those who suffer physically as well as those who suffer psychologically. Kangs quiet writing is the perfect form to remember the cruelty of those dark days.

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What is the essence of a person?

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A truly haunting story, which is linked to the author's own life and the Gwangju Uprising (1980s South Korea), meditating on: What is humanity? In how far is cruelty engrained in it? In how far community and conscience? What is the essence of a person and where does it go? How can we learn from history? These and many more important, pressing questions are addressed throughout a multitude of previously unheard voices. A moving piece of literature, which is very eloquently written.
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What is the essence of a person?

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A truly haunting story, which is linked to the author's own life and the Gwangju Uprising (1980s South Korea), meditating on: What is humanity? In how far is cruelty engrained in it? In how far community and conscience? What is the essence of a person and where does it go? How can we learn from history? These and many more important, pressing questions are addressed throughout a multitude of previously unheard voices. A moving piece of literature, which is very eloquently written.

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