Women, Sexuality, And Memory In North Korean Fiction
de Immanuel Kim
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North Korea is firmly fixed in the Western imagination as a ""rogue"" nation that refuses to abide by international norms. It is seen as belligerent and oppressive, a poor nation bent on depriving its citizens of their basic human. Even the North's literary output is stigmatized and dismissed. Immanuel Kim's book confronts these stereotypes, offering a more complex portrayal.