Tag Archives: Han Kang

The White Book by Han Kang

What a brilliantly unusual story! In Han Kang’s The White Book, the narrator is a writer who has temporarily moved to an unnamed European city, a โ€œcity of severe winters,โ€ on a creative retreat. One day this writer decides that she should write a book about all things white, and makes a list of objects […]

The Vegetarian by Han Kang

Upon reading the very first sentence of The Vegetarian, where Mr Cheong describes his wife to be “completely unremarkable in every way”, it was obvious to me that I was in for a treat. He is certainly not a man in love, at least not with his wife, so what made him marry her? In […]