The Empathy Museum presents

“surprising first person stories of life under dictatorship. Enjoyed account of quirky pleasures escapees take when free but how choice "can be utterly paralysing for people who've had decisions made for them by the state their entire lives”. Many escapes to Seoul want to return to North Korea, because they are haunted by family hardships there . Book questions how its impossible to be “ free” when those you love are not : also why Seoul (with a former human rights lawyer as current Mayor) offers big hope .”

Book 0049
Donated by Prof Lorraine Gamman

NOTHING TO ENVY - REAL LIVES IN NORTH KOREA
Barbara Demick

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