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And So I Was Blessed


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And So I Was Blessed weaves together three narrative strands: a tourist visiting Viet Nam, a son sojourning to his father's village in the Mekong Delta, and a professor leading his students on a term abroad, all for the first time. Running throughout this poetry collection is the refrain of the central character--the tourist, son, and professor--missing the daughter he left behind. This is a book about history and memory, tourism and education, arrival and departure, loss and alienation, longing and misrecognition, and above all, a father's love for his daughter.

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Manufacturer:New York Quarterly Books
Publisher:New York Quarterly Books
Studio:New York Quarterly Books
EAN:9781630450526
Item Size:0.24 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Package Weight:0.28 pounds
Package Size:5.47 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches

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