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2 edition of Lost names found in the catalog.

Lost names

Richard E. Kim

Lost names

scenes from a Korean boyhood

by Richard E. Kim

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by The Si-sa-yong-o-sa Publishers in Seoul .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRichard E. Kim.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3561I6 Z5 1970
The Physical Object
Pagination226 p.
Number of Pages226
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18798782M

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Lost Names: Scenes from a This page quasi non-fiction book is comprised of seven unnumbered but titled chapters ranging from 17seventeen to thirty-seven pages. Each chapter is a vignette, or short literary sketch or description, of an event in the boy's life. Each episode reflects a significant experience in the boy's growth from.

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A boy -- or girl -- wakes up to find the name on his or her door gone. The kid then sets out on a quest to find the "lost" name and encounters people and creatures along the way, each of whom gives the kid one letter of his or her own name (such as a knight who gives a K followed by an aardvark who gives an A, in a book about a little girl named Katie) that sequentially add up to the reader's 4/5.

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Taking its title from the grim fact that the occupiers forced the Koreans to renounce their own names and adopt Japanese names instead, the book follows one Korean family through the Japanese occupation to the surrender of the Japanese empire.

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Kim By: David Wolff Lost Names Theme Lost Names: Scenes from a Korean Boyhood is about this young Korean boy who is constantly looking for a better life, away from the Japanese rule.

The main theme in.Richard Eun Kook Kim (–) was a Korean–American writer and professor of literature. He was the author of The Martyred (), The Innocent (), and Lost Names (), and many other works. He was a Guggenheim Fellow () and was a recipient of a Fulbright grant.

His most popular work is Lost Names, a fictional work based on his experience during the Japanese colonization of Korea.