Bae Suah, who has published more than a dozen novels and short stories since 1993, is one of South Korea's most inventive experimental writers.

She stays true to form in Untold Night And Day, blurring the distinction between black and white, and night and day, in an ethereal labyrinth where life unfolds in strange repeated loops and the slippery edges of reality start to fray.

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