- Author:Amy Tan
- Publisher:Putnam Adult; Book Club (BCE/BOMC) edition (1991)
- Subcategory:United States
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The Kitchen God’s Wife is a single, bold blossom that represents Tan’s own flowering as a novelist.
The Kitchen God’s Wife is a single, bold blossom that represents Tan’s own flowering as a novelist. The narrative is so powerful, so true, that one believes wholeheartedly in Winnie, that her story was somehow fated to be told.
The Kitchen God's Wife is the second novel by Chinese-American author, Amy Tan. First published in 1991, it deals extensively with Sino-American female identity and draws on the story of her mother's life. The book was largely considered a commercial success, making best sellers lists in several countries worldwide. Amy Tan was born in Oakland, California, to Chinese immigrant parents.
Jade Nunez: The Kitchen God’s Wife written by Amy Tan is a book filled with plot twist and drama
Jade Nunez: The Kitchen God’s Wife written by Amy Tan is a book filled with plot twist and drama. It’s an interesting historical fiction book with a different way to present the plot. The story is told by two characters, Winnie and Pearl, and each take turns in their point of view.
The Kitchen God's Wife was my second novel by Amy Tan. As it often the case with Tan, this novel focuses . Tan also writes about female friendships, husband/wife relationships in this book. Her writing is beautiful and lyrical. I enjoyed how Winnie's story was told. As it often the case with Tan, this novel focuses on the dynamics of an American Chinese family, more precisely on the relationship between a mother and a daughter. There are other characters, but there is no doubt that the mother and the daughter are the protagonists of this novel. Pear and Winnie are not only the sole narrators, they are what this novel is about. The Kitchen God’s Wife opens with the daughter’s narration.
Amy Tan is the author of five critically acclaimed, internationally bestselling novels. Her first novel, ‘The Joy Luck Club’, was nominated for the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award and was a recipient of the Commonwealth Gold Award. The Joy Luck Club’ was also adapted into a feature film in 1994. Her subsequent novels are ‘The Kitchen God’s Wife’, ‘The Hundred Secret Senses’, and ‘The Bonesetter’s Daughter’ and ‘Saving Fish from Drowning’. She lives in San Francisco and New York. Библиографические данные. The Kitchen God’s Wife Perennial collection.
The Kitchen God's Wife. Amy Tan is the American-born author who achieved world prominence with the publication of the mega-bestseller The Joy Luck Club
The Kitchen God's Wife. Amy Tan is the American-born author who achieved world prominence with the publication of the mega-bestseller The Joy Luck Club. She visited China for the first time in 1987 and found it just as her mother had said: "As soon as my feet touched China, I be. The Best American Short Stories 1999.
The mesmerizing story a Chinese emigre mother tells her daughter. Donor Challenge: Help us reach our goal! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads. But we still need.
Born in the US to immigrant parents from China, Amy Tan failed her mother's expectations that she become a doctor and concert pianist. She settled on writing fiction.