THE STARVED AND THE SILENT
THE DRAMATIC ENCOUNTER OF AN AMERICAN PRIEST WITH CHRIST'S POOR IN KOREA. Fr. Aloysius Schwartz explains the circumstances which led him to become a parish priest of Pusan, Korea; then he describes his parish activities as pastor, economist, social worker and psychologist among a people incredibly different from us in their way of life, their needs, and their goals. Father's biography is only the backdrop against which is played out the drama of "the starved and the silent" people of Korea - a drama of privation so complete and despair so intense as to be almost beyond imagination. Paperback. 216 pages.