Jiyoung’s “facelessness” allows a wide range of women, not just South Korean women, to identify with Jiyoung. To what extent are her experiences
universal? What are the serious underlying societal issues that drive Jiyoung to her mental deterioration? Some readers find the book too extreme and that
it’s making generalizations on patriarchal societies.
Choose one of the viewpoints above and write a 5 paragraph thesis centered essay (roughly 3 pages typed, double spaced, 3-5 quotes from the text)
Book:Kim jiyoung Born 1982