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Susan Hwang

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Susan Hwang

Susan Hwang is a doctoral student studying modern Korean literature at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She received an MA at Columbia University and is presently writing her dissertation on the history of literary criticism in South Korea since the mid-1960s, with a focus on the changing relationship between dissident politics and literary production.

Articles by Susan Hwang

Injeolmi Rice Cakes
By Kim Sa-in
I would collapse on the warm floor and sleep like a cat.
Translated from Korean by Brother Anthony of Taizé & Susan Hwang
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Earning My Keep
By Jeong Ho-Seung
I think I'll go pay a visit to Hell.
Translated from Korean by Brother Anthony of Taizé & Susan Hwang
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