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Titre Nine continents : a memoir in and out of China / Xiaolu Guo.
Auteur Guo, Xiaolu, 1973- author
Éditeur New York : Grove Press, [2017]
©2017
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Genre anglais Biographies
Sujet anglais Guo, Xiaolu, 1973- -- Childhood and youth
Authors, Chinese -- 21st century -- Biography
Authors, English -- 21st century -- Biography
Women -- China -- Biography
China -- Social life and customs -- 1976-2002
Genre français Biographies
Sujet français Guo, Xiaolu, 1973- -- Enfance et jeunesse
Écrivains chinois -- 21e siècle -- Biographies
Écrivains anglais -- 21e siècle -- Biographies
Femmes -- Chine -- Biographies
Chine -- Moeurs et coutumes -- 1976-2002
Description 366 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Édition First Grove Atlantic hardcover edition.
Résumé "Xiaolu Guo is one of the most acclaimed Chinese-born writers of her generation, an iconoclastic and completely contemporary voice. Her vivid, poignant memoir, Nine Continents is the story of a curious mind coming of age in an inhospitable country, and her determination to seek a life beyond the limits of its borders. Xiaolu Guo has traveled further than most to become who she needed to be. Now, as she experiences the birth of her daughter in a London maternity ward surrounded by women from all over the world, she looks back on that journey. It begins in the fishing village shack on the East China Sea where her illiterate grandparents raised her, and brings her to a rapidly changing Beijing, full of contradictions: a thriving underground art scene amid mass censorship, curious Westerners who held out affection only to disappear back home. Eventually Xiaolu determined to see the world beyond China for herself, and now, after fifteen years in Europe, her words resonate with the insight of someone both an outsider and at home, in a world far beyond the country of her birth. Nine Continents presents a fascinating portrait of China in the eighties and nineties, how the Cultural Revolution shaped families, and how the country's economic ambitions gave rise to great change. It is also a moving testament to the birth of a creative spirit, and of a new generation being raised to become citizens of the world. It confirms Xiaolu Guo as one of world literature's most urgent voices." -- provided by publisher.
ISBN 9780802127136 (hardcover)
Autre titre 9 continents
   
   
 
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