Bae Suah is a South Korean author and translator. Since her debut in 1993 she has published ten novels and five short-story collections, including A Greater Music, Recitation, North Station and Nowhere to be Found. Her fiction has been awarded the Hankook Ilbo and Dongseo literary prizes, and she has also translated books by Kafka, W. G. Sebald, Robert Walser, Fernando Pessoa and Clarice Lispector, all from German into Korean.
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