Review of Poonvoralak’s The Most Silent School in the World

Eight children, of varying ages and characteristics, interact with each other in the eponymous silent school, which appears to be a school without teachers or indeed external purpose. The children are free to do whatever they want and to develop themselves or not develop according to their own proclivities. They include Earth Din, Water Nam, Mountain Pukao, and Pond Bueng – or, in other words, the same meaning of a name in both English and Thai.

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