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Dear Dr Arthur I read Comfort Women by Nora Keller the book your company is contemplating weather or not to publish Here are some of my thoughts and inputs regarding this piece of work which I think is very eligible for publishing The book targets all types of audiences It is very compelling and I think that all age groups can interpret and incorporate events that take place into their own lives For example the younger ones can relate to Beccah her life as a kid especially the school field trip permission that she forged her moms name on to For the middle age group we can look at the book from the middle perspective where we can see the big picture The mothers can relate to Akiko and her protective attitude towards Beccah Nora Okja Keller is of Korean descent and there fore there is a lot of Korean culture incorporated into this book I think that her primary point was to let the readers know about the history and culture of Korea using the comfort women as an example of the tragic torture her culture went through The story turned personal which also made clear the after effects of that time periodThe picture painted of Akikos enforced prostitution for the Japanese army is unflinching and terrible while its results years later are just as bluntAkiko went crazy some might say I think that Nora is trying to communicate another point across to look beyond a persons actions and try to figure out what made them that way If all of us went through the torture and hard times of being a comfort woman as Akiko did who knows how we would have wound up I think the majority of the audience will enjoy this book It has something in it for everyone Immigrants can relate to it because they had to start from the beginning just like Akiko did
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