Nora Okja Keller

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Nora Okja Keller was born on 22 December, 1966 in Seoul, South Korea, is a Novelist. Discover Nora Okja Keller’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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OccupationNovelist
Age54 years old
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Born22 December 1966
Birthday22 December
BirthplaceSeoul, South Korea
NationalityAmerican

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Timeline of Nora Okja Keller

2019

Keller’s first novel was highly praised by critics, including Michiko Kakutani in The New York Times, who said that in Comfort Woman, “Keller has written a powerful book about mothers and daughters and the passions that bind generations.” Kakutani called it “a lyrical and haunting novel” and “an impressive debut.” Comfort Woman won the American Book Award in 1998 and the 1999 Elliot Cades Award; previously, in 1995, Keller won the Pushcart Prize for a short story, “Mother-Tongue”, which became the second chapter of Comfort Woman. In 2003, she won the Hawai’i Award for Literature.

1993

Keller says she first heard of the term “Asian American” when she took a course in Asian American literature, the first course in this topic offered by the University of Hawaii. The syllabus included Maxine Hong Kingston, Jade Snow Wong, and Joy Kogawa. The genesis of Comfort Woman dated to a 1993 human rights symposium at the University of Hawaii where Keller heard a presentation by Keum Ja Hwang, who had been a comfort woman, the euphemism used by Japanese troops for sex slaves during World War II. “Her experience was so extraordinary,” Keller has said, “I thought someone should write about it.” Keller’s novels explore her own complex ethnic identity in the context of Hawaii’s multi-ethnic society and her relationship with her mother (upon whom “some details” of characters in her fiction are based).

1990

Keller was raised primarily by her Korean mother, Tae Im Beane, in Hawaii and identifies her ethnicity as Korean American. Her father, Robert Cobb, however, was a German computer engineer. She has lived in Hawaii from the age of three. Married since 1990 to James Keller, she has two daughters, Tae and Sunhi Keller.

1966

Nora Okja Keller (born 22 December 1966, in Seoul, South Korea) is a Korean American author. Her 1997 breakthrough work of fiction, Comfort Woman, and her second book (2002), Fox Girl, focus on multigenerational trauma resulting from Korean women’s experiences as sex slaves, euphemistically called comfort women, for Japanese and American troops during World War II.