Crying In H Mart by Michelle Zauner

This memoir is a poignant exploration of grief, identity, and heritage through the lens of food and family. The author recounts her experiences growing up as a Korean-American, the complex relationship with her mother, and the profound loss she endures after her mother's death. The narrative weaves between past and present, detailing the author's struggle to find her identity in the intersection of two cultures and her journey to understanding and accepting her heritage, all while navigating the universal experiences of love, loss, and healing. The supermarket H Mart serves as a symbolic anchor for the author's reflections on her mother's homeland and the culinary traditions that serve as a vital link to her memories and cultural roots.

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Published
2021
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
256
Words
75,000
Original Language
English

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