Repeat After Me

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Duckworth, 2010 - Adult education teachers - 319 pages
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In a love story that spans decades and continents, from the Tiananmen Square incident to 9/11, New York City's Upper West Side to the terraced mountains of South China, this book is a perceptive, funny and tragic tale of clashing cultures and troubled histories.

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REPEAT AFTER ME

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Mutual fragility marks a cross-cultural love story that turns tragic in this debut novel from memoirist DeWoskin (Foreign Babes in Beijing, 2005).The author takes her time exposing the truth about her ... Read full review

Repeat After Me: A Novel

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Protagonist Aysha tells her story, flashing back to the events that led her to China. She had been teaching ESL classes in New York City when a Chinese student asked her to marry him so that he could ... Read full review

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