The winged seed: a remembrance
A personal account by the celebrated Chinese-American poet offers a magical work of memory and myth that recounts a childhood of exile, his father's imprisonment, his discovery of the significance of history, and his search for identity. 25,000 first printing. Tour.
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Review: The Winged Seed: A RemembranceUser Review - Rebecca - Goodreads
Lee creates short vignettes of his childhood and ancestry, but much of this 200-page novel is really devoted to prose poetry. Don't read it if you're looking for a plot. Read full review
Review: The Winged Seed: A RemembranceUser Review - Michael - Goodreads
This was a fascinating read. The author's life is about as odd as I could ever conceive of - and he has written a memoir that captures the oddness of it. The writing of it would not be everyone's cup ... Read full review