Silver Stallion by Junghyo Ahn
A Novel of Korea

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In a mountain village in Korea, 1950, the memory of the Japanese occupation has just begun to fade when the farmers hear that the World Army, led by the great American General "Megado" has landed at Inchon.

About Junghyo Ahn

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Ahn Junghyo was born in Seoul in 1941, where he still resides. He studied literature at Sogang Jesuit University, then worked as reporter, columnist, and editor at the English-language Korea Times and Korea Herald. He has published three novels in Korea and has translated nearly a hundred books into his native language.
Published July 1, 2003 by Soho Press. 290 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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Not for the squeamish, a gritty, moving chronicle of survival in the small mountain village of Kumsan, Korea, circa 1950.

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The second novel by this popular Korean writer ( White Badge ) to be published here in the last six months offers an intimate, mournful perspective on the Korean War, as the harmony of a tiny village

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