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The ginseng hunter

by Jeff Talarigo

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Published by Nan A. Talese in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Korea (North) -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJeff Talarigo.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3620.A525 G56 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17855229M
    ISBN 109780385517393
    LC Control Number2007011395

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    The hunter’s life moves slowly and is arranged around the movement of the seasons and the delicate hunt for ginseng, a commodity, but around him swirls a political climate of violence that gradually begins to fill up his world. Once a month he visits a brothel in Yanji, and on one of his visits he meets a North Korean : Jeff Talarigo. The Ginseng Hunter's Notebook $ paper | $ cloth ISBN: (paper) ISBN: (cloth) Publication Date: April 75 Pages Buy: Amazon | B&N | IndieBound ShopWMU | Chicago Distribution Center An Inland Seas Poetry Book The Ginseng Hunter's Notebook records a vital and eccentric dance for life. In poems of brilliant texture and .


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About The Ginseng Hunter. A Chinese ginseng hunter lives alone in the valley, where he spends his days preparing for winter. He is scarcely aware of the larger world until shadowy figures, floating bodies, and rumors of murder begin to intrude on his cherished solitude. Then, on a trip to Yanji, he meets a young North Korean prostitute.

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Then, on a trip to Yanji, he meets a young North /5(10). Excerpt: 'The Ginseng Hunter' Decem • High up in the coniferous forest, the redwoods, with bodies as straight as a neck of ginseng, look down on me; their fragile, pale green leaves Author: Jeff Talarigo.

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The Ginseng Hunter is based on actual events that are happening today in North Korea, also known as the DPRK, and along the Northeast border of China, to where many North Korean refugees flee.

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Status: On Shelf. East Regional - Adult Fiction. TALARIGO. Southeast Regional - Adult Fiction. TALARIGO Quick Copy View Add a Review. Add To List. SHARE. Copies. Location. Call Number. At a time when America’s gaze is directed toward the Middle East, The Ginseng Hunter is a scathing reminder of the perils that communism continues to wreak in pockets across the world.” –Chicago Sun-Times “This brave book, written in starkly vivid prose, is timely on several levels.

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He is scarcely aware of the larger world until shadowy figures hiding in the fields, bodies floating in the river, and rumors of thievery and murder begin to intrude on his.

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The ginseng hunter. [Jeff Talarigo] -- Set at the turn of the 21st century in China, this novel follows the daily life of a Chinese ginseng hunter.

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He is scarcely aware of the larger world until shadowy figures, floating bodies, and rumors of murder begin to intrude on his cherished solitude. Then, on a trip to Yanji, he meets a young North Korean prostitute.

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There is a line in the book that states: "When it comes to rivers, those that serve as boundaries are the most burdened of all." Such phenomenal language fills every sentence of this book/5(6).The inhumanities are true in The Ginseng Hunter.

Fearing for his life amid the elements and threats of repatriation to North Korea, the ginseng hunter gives tight accounts and few names.

Not only he, but also renowned martial arts founders, military men, and academics have been Koreans under Chinese and Japanese names.