Deep Blue Night

  • Title: Deep Blue Night
  • Author: In-ho Choi
  • ISBN: 9788988095621
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • Deep Blue Night Better known as a novelist Choe In ho has also written strikingly original shorter fictions of which the stories reprinted here are good examples Deep Blue Night is an autobiographical story that is
    Better known as a novelist, Choe In ho has also written strikingly original shorter fictions, of which the stories reprinted here are good examples Deep Blue Night is an autobiographical story that is both contemporary in being structured about a highway journey and yet traditional in its themes of exile, wandering, and retrospection Of interest to an English speakingBetter known as a novelist, Choe In ho has also written strikingly original shorter fictions, of which the stories reprinted here are good examples Deep Blue Night is an autobiographical story that is both contemporary in being structured about a highway journey and yet traditional in its themes of exile, wandering, and retrospection Of interest to an English speaking audience are the California setting and the protagonist s observations on American and Korean American life The Popular Tree is one of a trio of stories, Strange Folk, that are reminiscent of Choe s signature stories The Boozer and Another Man s Room, which likewise blur the boundaries between fantasy and reality It may be read as a coming of age story, a fable of hero worship and shattered illusions, or an example of magical realism, with its blend of vivid detail and playful metaphysical speculation.

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    About In-ho Choi


    1. Choi In ho was born in 1945 in Seoul and graduated from English literature from Yonsei University He first came to public notice when three of his stories were selected in competitions sponsored by the Hanguk ilbo and Chosun ilbo newspapers and the journal Sasanggye World of Thought , in 1963, 1967, and 1968 In 1982 he received the sixth Yi Sang Literature Prize.


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    1. "Los Angeles is a fictitious place; it does not exist in this world."-In-ho Choe, Deep Blue Night-This line caught my imagination, reminding me of Carlos Bulosan’s poem, “I Want the Wide American Earth,” in which he expressed his Marxist desires that the world be like American, that all countries had no abject poverty, that all were socially and economically equal . He had the perception that America had this prosperous life since it was the richest country in the world during his generati [...]

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