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About this product
- Synopsis"'No name woman' originally appeared, in slightly different form, in the January 1975 issue of Viva"--T.p. verso.,A Chinese American woman tells of the Chinese myths, family stories and events of her California childhood that have shaped her identity.
- AuthorMaxine Hong Kingston
- Number Of Pages224 pages
- SeriesVintage International
- Publication Date1989-04-23
- PublisherKnopf Doubleday Publishing Group
- Weight7.2 Oz
- Height0.6 In.
- Width5.1 In.
- Length8 In.
- Dewey Decimal979.4/61/050924
Most relevant reviews
- 654517973@delet...Oct 16, 2007by
This book is not a read for those who aren't looking to interpret and do some abstract thinking while reading it. It's a great story to read, however, be prepared to follow story lines and characters closely. It's a really great read for anybody who's looking for some serious literature. The book is beautifully written and well worth your time to sit down and read and think about.
- juno_85Oct 05, 2009by
The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston
Needed to buy this book as it was part of a required reading for a subject I took in college. Overall the story is pretty good if you are unfamiliar with Chinese culture. The narration can get pretty confusing though as it revolves around the author herself as well as certain roles of her relatives. Not a bad read though.
- kerioconnor7Mar 03, 2012by
in perfect condition! came before the estimated date, and prices was great
i had to buy this book for class. it ended up being a great read, and was one of the assigned texts that i actually enjoyed.
- redcherries03May 22, 2007by
The book i heard was interesting to read
I didnt have a chance to read this book neither book I heard that it was confusing cause it was backward in the way the story was told and that it had a really gross part in the beginning when the grandpa puts his private part on the dinner table