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Grass This True Story Of A Korean Comfort Woman Documents How The Atrocity Of War Devastates Women S Lives Grass Is A Powerful Antiwar Graphic Novel, Telling The Life Story Of A Korean Girl Named Okseon Lee Who Was Forced Into Sexual Slavery For The Japanese Imperial Army During The Second World War A Disputed Chapter In Twentieth Century Asian HistoryBeginning In Lee S Childhood, Grass Shows The Lead Up To The War From A Child S Vulnerable Perspective, Detailing How One Person Experienced The Japanese Occupation And The Widespread Suffering It Entailed For Ordinary Koreans Keum Suk Gendry Kim Emphasizes Lee S Strength In Overcoming The Many Forms Of Adversity She Experienced Grass Is Painted In A Black Ink That Flows With Lavish Details Of The Beautiful Fields And Farmland Of Korea And Uses Heavy Brushwork On The Somber Interiors Of Lee S MemoriesThe Cartoonist Gendry Kim S Interviews With Lee Become An Integral Part Of Grass, Forming The Heart And Architecture Of This Powerful Nonfiction Graphic Novel And Offering A Holistic View Of How Lee S Wartime Suffering Changed Her Grass Is A Landmark Graphic Novel That Makes Personal The Desperate Cost Of War And The Importance Of Peace

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  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • Grass
  • Keum Suk-Gendry
  • 07 May 2019
  • 1770463623

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