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.
What people are saying - Write a review
THE WINGED SEED: A RemembranceUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Part remembrance, part waking dream, this is a haunting exploration of memory, identity, love, and exile. This memoir focuses on poet Lee's (The City in Which I Love You, not reviewed) recollections ... Read full review
The winged seed: a remembranceUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
An autobiography at once intimate and sweeping, this work traces the path followed by poet Lee (Rose, BOA Editions, dist. by Consortium, 1986, and The City in Which I Love You, BOA Editions, dist. by ... Read full review