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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Kris Shin

Weekender Staffer

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It’s when he looks at me with pity that I want to jump out of my skin, and when he lowers his prematurely graying head, I turn my back.
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It’s when he looks at me with pity that I want to jump out of my skin, and when he lowers his prematurely graying head, I turn my back.
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Perhaps because the film is itself a chimera of genres (blending elements of noir, psychological thriller and drama), I was able to withstand its components of body horror. Mesmerized, I watched Anna’s famed subway meltdown.
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Perhaps because the film is itself a chimera of genres (blending elements of noir, psychological thriller and drama), I was able to withstand its components of body horror. Mesmerized, I watched Anna’s famed subway meltdown.
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In January 2019, Burning Sun — a popular nightclub in Seoul, South Korea — gained international media attention after a man’s claims
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In January 2019, Burning Sun — a popular nightclub in Seoul, South Korea — gained international media attention after a man’s claims
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Poetry can expose this established order, show us other possibilities and remember the dead, silenced and vulnerable. Poets often act as the nerves of a nation, composing the conscience of a country. The work of these three poets confronts the legacy of violence and asks the reader to remember with them.
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Poetry can expose this established order, show us other possibilities and remember the dead, silenced and vulnerable. Poets often act as the nerves of a nation, composing the conscience of a country. The work of these three poets confronts the legacy of violence and asks the reader to remember with them.
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What’s a home? It could be the roof, the walls, the bed. It could be a city you say you know like the back of your hand. But you could feel loneliest in the city you inhabit, prone to dissolve in a sea of unknown faces.
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What’s a home? It could be the roof, the walls, the bed. It could be a city you say you know like the back of your hand. But you could feel loneliest in the city you inhabit, prone to dissolve in a sea of unknown faces.
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