The book of salt

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RB Large Print, 2003 - Americans - 371 pages
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In deciding if he should accompany his employers to America, stay in France, or go back to his native Vietnam, Binh recalls his life in Vietnam, the jobs he's held since leaving there, and the people it has helped him meet.

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Set in Paris during the late 1920s and early 1930s, this uniquely told tale by debut novelist Truong features Binh, the fictionalized Vietnamese cook to literary figures Gertrude Stein and Alice B ... Read full review

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This is a shining example of how studying a book can add to the enjoyment. I loved this novel. The beautiful and sometimes delicious prose made it an easy read. The stream of consciousness isn't for ... Read full review


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