Author: Hong Se-hwa
375 pages | 210*148mm br>
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About This Book
A collection of autobiographical essays by an exile. Hong. Dispatched in 1979 to
the branch office of a Korean corporation located in Europe, was prevented from
returning to Korea due to his involvement in the Namminjon (Preparatory
Committee for the South Korean National Liberation Front) Affair. Hong retells
his taxi driver days in Paris and the twists and turns he experienced while
seeking refuge in France. These essays are poignant reflections on his college
life, his participation in student activism, and the various aspects of French
society he witnessed in exile. Both a moving personal record and a work of
lively social criticism, A Taxi Driver in Paris has achieved wide acclaim.
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