4 edition of Novel without a name found in the catalog.
Novel without a name
Duong Thu Huong
Originally published, New York: Morrow, 1995.
|Statement||translated from the Vietnamese by Phan Huy Duong and Nina Mcpherson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
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Novel Without a Name book. Read 92 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A piercing, unforgettable tale of the horror and Novel without a name book wea /5. Novel Without a Name, first published in English intells the story of a young North Vietnamese soldier named Quan whose physical and Novel without a name book journey draws heavily from Vietnamese author Duong Thu Huong’s own life.
Novel Without a Name is her third book. Duong Thu Huong, author of Paradise of the Blind and Novel Without a Name (both from Penguin) is an advocate of human rights and democratic political reform, and was expelled from the Communist Party and imprisoned without trial in The Vietnamese government has Cited by: A piercing, unforgettable tale of the horror and spiritual weariness of war, Novel Without a Name will shatter every preconception Americans have about what happened in the jungles of Vietnam.
With Duong Thu Huong, whose Paradise of the Blind was published to high critical acclaim inVietnam has found a voice both lyrical and stark 5/5(2). Another novel of life in wartime North Vietnam from dissident and former Communist Duong (Paradise of the Blind, ), whose experience as a Communist Youth Brigade leader gives this story special resonance.
The narrator is year-old Quan, a North Vietnamese soldier who has been fighting for ten years. Hair graying, his body worn down by malnutrition and disease, Quan recalls the idealism Author: Duong Thu Huong.
Novel Without a Name is the story of a young platoon commander, Quan, who struggles to find his identity in the confusion of the last days of the Vietnam War.
Ten years before the novel opens. The book reviewed here, Novel Without a Name (Tieu Thuyet Vo De), and other of her writings express enough discontent with the principles and purpose of the communist revolution in Vietnam to convince sober readers that her sympathies no longer lie with the Marxists.
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By Azra 2 posts 60 views. Get this from a library. Novel without a name. [Thu Hương Dương; Huy Đường Phan; Nina McPherson] -- A piercing, unforgettable tale of the horror and spiritual Novel without a name book of war, Novel Without a Novel without a name book will shatter every preconception Americans have about what happened in the jungles of Vietnam.
With. A Void, translated from the original French La Disparition (literally, "The Disappearance"), is a page French lipogrammatic novel, written in by Georges Perec, entirely without using the letter e (except for the author's name), following Oulipo constraints.
7 External links. It was translated into English by Gilbert Adair, with the Author: Georges Perec. Otherwise Novel Without a Name is totally compelling, however surreal some of its events are.
There are extended descriptive passages, but the narrative stays focused on Quan and those he meets, conveying the camaraderie of Novel without a name book and civilians as well as the psychological effects of.
Novel Without a Name by Duong Novel without a name book Huong (and translated by Nina McPherson and Phan Huy Duong) was published in The novel is set during the Vietnam war and the protagonist is Quan, a year.
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Reply. clit November 8, at am # Novel Without A Name is as much a commentary on form as much as content. As one reaches the pages from in the novel, there is a much more obtuse. I magine writing a 50,word novel without using the letter 'e'. That might seem a rather pointless challenge but you can read just such a book - Gadsby by Ernest Vincent Wright, a self-published story from Gadsby's text is a lipogram - a form of writing where a letter, or even a number of letters if you are so inclined, are omitted.
Get this from a library. Novel without a name. [Thu Hương Dương; Huy Đường Phan; Nina McPherson] -- The story of a North Vietnamese soldier, from his enlistment full of idealism, to his disillusionment after 10 years of war.
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Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA City New York Donor internetarchivebookdrive EditionPages: Novel Without a Name relates the story of Quan, a long-time soldier who has risen to the rank of captain in the then-North Vietnamese army in its War Against the Americans.
After nearly ten years of continuous active duty, Quan has become disillusioned with war. He also becomes increasingly bitter about the inequality he observes within Vietnam.4/5(7).
A French novelist named Georges Perec wrote an entire novel without using the letter “e”. La Disparition (The Disappearance, ) was an in “constrained writing”. Constrained writing is a technique writers use to seek new and writing patterns. Perec’s novel has been.
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