Human Acts is a stunning piece of work. The language is poetic, immediate, and brutal. Han Kang has again proved herself to be a deft artist of storytelling and imagery
Jess Richards, author, Snake Ropes
An important and necessary book... a devastating and vital a work of literature
Lucy Scholes, National
A conversation of which we rarely hear both sides: the living talking to the dead, and the dead speaking back
Sunday Telegraph *****
Han Kang on Granta.com
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White | State of Mind
‘I was told that she was a girl, with a face as white as a crescent-moon rice cake.’ New writing from Han Kang, translated from the Korean by Deborah Smith.
In Conversation | Granta Books
Han Kang in Conversation
Han Kang visited the Granta offices to discuss her book Human Acts.