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The Color of Earth (Paperback)

Author:  Kim Dong Hwa Translator:  Lauren Na
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1596434589
ISBN-13: 9781596434585
Sku: 209317483
Publish Date: 3/31/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 6.25L x 1.25T
Pages:  319
 
In the tradition of "My Antonia" and "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," the renowned Korean manwha creator pens a trilogy about a girl coming of age, set in the vibrant, beautiful landscape of pastoral Korea. Illustrations.
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Set in Korea, Ehwa is disturbed by the comments she hears about the way her widowed mother lives her life and tries not let it affect her, but as they both get older and her mother finds a new love, Ehwa begins to realize that having an open heart isn't something one should feel ashamed about. Original.Ehwa tries to cope with her widowed mother's finding of new love, while she, after falling in love with Duksam, a young wrestler, discovers the pain of heartbreak when Master Cho sends Duksam away and asks for her hand in marriage himself, in a Korean novel in graphic format.

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"[A] moving and evocative look at love as seen through the eyes of one feel it for the first time and another who longs to savor it once more." (starred review) 04/20/2009

"The themes of sexual awakening for Ehwa and reawakening for her mother are timeless, as is the intimacy of their relationship." 06/01/2009

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