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Without You There Is No Us

Without You There Is No Us

The award-winning author of The Interpreter traces her experiences as an English teacher to the sons of North Korea's elite during the last six months of Kim Jong Il's reign, an effort complicated by oppressive regime enforcers, propaganda and evangelical missionaries. 40,000 first printing.

ISBN10 : 9780307720665 , ISBN13 : 0307720667

Page Number : 291

Without You There Is No Us

Without You There Is No Us

A haunting account of teaching English to the sons of North Korea's ruling class during the last six months of Kim Jong-il's reign Every day, three times a day, the students march in two straight lines, singing praises to Kim Jong-il and North Korea: Without you, there is no motherland. Without you,

ISBN10 : 9780307720672 , ISBN13 : 0307720675

Page Number : 304

The Interpreter

The Interpreter

A striking first novel about the dark side of the American Dream Suzy Park is a twenty-nine-year-old Korean American interpreter for the New York City court system. Young, attractive, and achingly alone, she makes a startling and ominous discovery during one court case that forever alters her family

ISBN10 : 1429923784 , ISBN13 : 9781429923781

Page Number : 304

Juche

Juche

"Embark on an illustrated journey into one of the world's most isolated nations - North Korea. Juche: A Christian Study of North Korea's State Religion takes you on a journey into North Korea to view what is possibly the most rigidly controlling religious system on the planet - Juche. Through the us

ISBN10 : 0882643290 , ISBN13 : 9780882643298

Page Number : 413

See You Again In Pyongyang

See You Again In Pyongyang

A "close-up look at the cloistered country" (USA Today), See You Again in Pyongyang is American writer Travis Jeppesen's "probing" and "artful" (New York Times Book Review) chronicle of his travels in North Korea--an eye-opening portrait that goes behind the headlines about Trump and Kim, revealing

ISBN10 : 9780316509138 , ISBN13 : 0316509132

Page Number : 320

The Orphan Master S Son

The Orphan Master S Son

The son of a singer mother whose career forcibly separated her from her family and an influential father who runs an orphan work camp, Pak Jun Do rises to prominence using instinctive talents and eventually becomes a professional kidnapper and romantic rival to Kim Jong Il. By the author of Parasite

ISBN10 : 9780812992793 , ISBN13 : 0812992792

Page Number : 443

Long Road Home

Long Road Home

Kim Yong shares his harrowing account of life in a labor camp a singularly despairing form of torture carried out by the secret state. Although it is known that gulags exist in North Korea, little information is available about their organization and conduct, for prisoners rarely escape both incarce

ISBN10 : 9780231519281 , ISBN13 : 0231519281

Page Number : 184

The Aquariums Of Pyongyang

The Aquariums Of Pyongyang

North Korea is today one of the last bastions of hard-line Communism. Its leaders have kept a tight grasp on their one-party regime, quashing any nascent opposition movements and sending all suspected dissidents to its brutal concentration camps for "re-education." Kang Chol-hwan is the first surviv

ISBN10 : 9780465004713 , ISBN13 : 0465004717

Page Number : 272

The Cleanest Race

The Cleanest Race

Understanding North Korea through its propaganda What do the North Koreans really believe? How do they see themselves and the world around them? Here B.R. Myers, a North Korea analyst and a contributing editor of The Atlantic, presents the first full-length study of the North Korean worldview. Drawi

ISBN10 : 9781935554974 , ISBN13 : 1935554972

Page Number : 224

North Korean Prison Camps

North Korean Prison Camps

North Korean prison camps incarcerate up to three generations of families of people who are accused of opposing the government. The inmates are completely cut off from North Korean society, which in turn knows little about the camps.

ISBN10 : 9781632180223 , ISBN13 : 1632180227

Page Number : 14