In The White Book, the unrelinquishable nature of the past is again faced down through the lens of an early tragedy that has forever marked the narrator's family. This traumatic single event is expanded to question, in just under 130 pages, the nature of existence itself. The narrator, a writer from South Korea visiting Warsaw for a winter residency, recalls her own history, and her mother's first child, a daughter born prematurely and who died the same day.

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