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Cursed bunny, Bora Chung ; translated by Anton Hur

Cursed bunny, Bora Chung ; translated by Anton Hur
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Cursed bunny
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Bora Chung ; translated by Anton Hur
From an author never before published in the United States, <i>Cursed Bunny</i> is unique and imaginative, blending horror, sci-fi, fairy tales, and speculative fiction into stories that defy categorization. By turns thought-provoking and stomach-turning, here monsters take the shapes of furry woodland creatures and danger lurks in unexpected corners of everyday apartment buildings. But Chung's absurd, haunting universe could be our own. "The Head" follows a woman haunted by her own bodily waste. "The Embodiment" takes us into a dystopian gynecology office where a pregnant woman is told that she must find a father for her baby or face horrific consequences. Another story follows a young monster, forced into underground fight rings without knowing his own power. The titular fable centers on a cursed lamp in the shape of a rabbit, fit for a child's bedroom but for its sinister capabilities. No two stories are alike
Table Of Contents
The head -- The embodiment -- Cursed bunny -- The frozen finger -- Snare -- Goodbye, my love -- Scars -- Home sweet home -- Ruler of the winds and sands -- Reunion

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