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Interpreter's Daughter

A remarkable true story of feminist defiance in 19th Century Singapore

«A captivating, compelling story of history, family loyalty, and personal sacrifice... Teresa Lim's quest to uncover a hidden chapter in her family's history makes for a fascinating and richly textured, multigenerational tale»

Charmaine Wilkerson, author of Black Cake
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Detaljer

Forlag
Michael Joseph Ltd
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
352
ISBN
9780241544402
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
24 x 16 cm

Om forfatteren

Teresa Lim is a Singaporean now resident in England. She lives with her husband in south London and Devon. They have two grown-up sons. The Interpreter's Daughter is her first book.

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«A captivating, compelling story of history, family loyalty, and personal sacrifice... Teresa Lim's quest to uncover a hidden chapter in her family's history makes for a fascinating and richly textured, multigenerational tale»

Charmaine Wilkerson, author of Black Cake

«A captivating family history. Lim vividly recreates Singapore in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and lucidly explains historical matters and cultural traditions»

Publisher's Weekly

«Rich in the little-discussed history of Singaporean Chinese, this multigenerational memoir offers a timeless tale of the quest for identity, wholeness and truth. An eloquently enlightening family history»

Kirkus Reviews

«'A wonderful portrait of a family. One for lovers of Wild Swans. Hats off to Teresa Lim'»

Hope Adams

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