Chos own writing fluctuates out of objective facts to subjective memory weaving in and out of the cold facts of the forgotten war and at the same time piecing together a personal story that can never be fully known. Grace m chos book haunting the korean diaspora shame secrecy and the forgotten war is innovative in its methodology and arresting in content and analysis womens studies quarterly haunting the korean diaspora artfully interweaves psychoanalytic and critical discourses on a number of traumatic political and social events in modern . Haunting the korean diaspora shame secrecy and the forgotten war by grace m cho 2008 paperback. Haunting the korean diaspora shame secrecy and the forgotten war review barbara w kim journal of world history volume 21 number 4 december 2010 pp 792 795. Since the korean war the forgotten war more than a million korean women have acted as sex workers for us servicemen more than 100000 women married gis and moved to the united states
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