To the Kennels

To the Kennels Pyun Hye- Translated by Yoosup Chang and Heinz Insu Fenkl work in the city. The envelope had been stuck in the doorjamb and it was crumpled, as if someone had tried to force it in. There was a white birdhouse mailbox in front of the house, but the envelope had been stuck in the door as if to draw attention to it. It was nothing remarkable. What caught his eye was the red print on the envelope. Any other time he would have dismissed it as a flyer from the local pizzeria or a mailer from a new herbologist, but as soon as he saw the red text he knew this was a special kind of letter--an eviction notice. He slowly picked up the crumpled envelope. The notice meant they could barge into his house any time they wanted. His wife, who had come out to see him off, glanced at the envelope in his hand and immediately gasped. She also knew it was from them. Her face went white. She screamed, Aaah! What do we do now? Her voice was full of fear, as if she thought they might come charging in right then. Now his mother http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & Culture University of Hawai'I Press

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2008 President and Fellows of Harvard College
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Abstract

Pyun Hye- Translated by Yoosup Chang and Heinz Insu Fenkl work in the city. The envelope had been stuck in the doorjamb and it was crumpled, as if someone had tried to force it in. There was a white birdhouse mailbox in front of the house, but the envelope had been stuck in the door as if to draw attention to it. It was nothing remarkable. What caught his eye was the red print on the envelope. Any other time he would have dismissed it as a flyer from the local pizzeria or a mailer from a new herbologist, but as soon as he saw the red text he knew this was a special kind of letter--an eviction notice. He slowly picked up the crumpled envelope. The notice meant they could barge into his house any time they wanted. His wife, who had come out to see him off, glanced at the envelope in his hand and immediately gasped. She also knew it was from them. Her face went white. She screamed, Aaah! What do we do now? Her voice was full of fear, as if she thought they might come charging in right then. Now his mother

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Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & CultureUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 28, 2008

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