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Emily Jungmin Yoon weaves together strands from Korea’s brutal past with contemporary issues of race, gender and sexual violence.
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Even though Matt Webster met Frédérique Giffard in 1991, he’d been acquainted with Israel Horovitz since he was a kid. And he never saw this coming.