Telling the Stories of Han

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2015-05-30
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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This study looks at the marginalized han-ridden women in Korea who have been completely divested of all human rights. So strong is their belief in their fate that they lack the power even to see themselves as a subject/human being or as a victim. The author seeks to find what idea of subjectivity could empower them to see themselves as a subject/human being as well as a woman. She presents the ethical and theological view of the human subject as the embodied spirit of Korean women evoking and unfolding their han-full stories of suffering.

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