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Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace

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ISBN-10: 0977333833

ISBN-13: 9780977333837

Edition: 2006

Authors: Maxine Hong Kingston

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List price: $20.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Koa Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/28/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 614
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Born in California to immigrant Chinese parents, Kingston was educated at the University of California at Berkeley. Kingston soared to literary celebrity upon the publication of her autobiographica The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood among Ghosts (1976). The Woman Warrior is dominated by Kingston's mother; her next work, China Men (1980), although not autobiographical in the manner of her previous book, is focused on her father and on the other men in her family, giving fictionalized, poetic versions of their histories. The combination of fiction, nonfiction, memoir, and myth in both books create a form of balanced opposites that one critic has likened to yin and yang. Her first novel,…    

Introduction : tell the truth, and so make peace
My heart
Gallipoli Beach 1913
Sound shy
From The dawn at my back : memoir of a black Texas upbringing - 28; Camp Pendleton, California - May 1975
For soldiers not known
The night the war begins in Iraq, we're learning CPR
Wintering cranes in the San Joaquin Valley
Voyages of the SS Joshua Hendy
Dear Commander in Chief
Spin drift
Voluntary disarmament in Iraq
Liberation Day
The McGuffin
How low is it to be a mouse, a spider, a snake?
Why did I let you live
Fred said, compassionately witness trigger ... don't shoot the messenger
Good time
A walk in the garden of heaven
Spring Dawn
The 2 to 7 watch
How can a human being learn to love a people then kill them?
The red fox
Brown bread
Cool dad
Charlie don't surf
Fathers and sons
The body escort
Two husbands in Vietnam
Dream catcher
The wall
Booby trap
Light casualties
War in the house
The geese
Remanded to the Nam
From The women on the island
Field of heads
Firing blanks at moving targets
The prayer of Saint Francis
A child of God
Bird grieves for the man they killed
My father's photograph
Stealing fish
Buffalo boy
Margenta alert
A rosary
On point
Platoon Sgt. Francisco Royas
We need
The American reader
The silent scream
Holiday madness
Reuniting Gondwanaland
Little fool
The measure of the man
One small exception
The true geography of meeting
In the silence
The "New Vietnam"
Shattered dream
Fragile as a sunray
Movie song
Movie song II
A place called home
Elephants walking
Hue, in darkness
Occasional verses at Con Son, after the war
Hopper's last BBQ
The hunt
Hope, the thing with feathers
Weaving peace
Recipes for Independence Day, Labor Day, harvest, interdependence day
Slightly damaged Buddhas - 20% off
From strength to strength
Shipping away
Letters from Lindsey to her dad on active duty somewhere in the Middle East
Draft night
August 10, 2005
Sitting in my yard by the salt marsh yesterday untangling string
PFC Porter Cleveland Bumpus USMC
Dragon River
My first PBR patrol
The VC palm tree
The Zen junk - Soirap River day patrol
The floater - Soirap River night patrol
From Shopping cart soldiers
Sister Ambrose, the flying nun
Connections : Vermont Vietnam
The sad story about the six boys about to be drafted in Brooklyn
Meditation on being a baby killer
The art of window washing
Graves reg
Fragments of Bacon
The ride
Close call
I look at him and smile, he looks at me with concern
Dear George
Sea salt
Mrs. Martinez
War's confession
The well by the trail to My An
Poem for Tet
Two squads
Inside the wire
Fort Benning return : 2000
Progress report
And her chicks
February on the Jordan Rift
Last time
Death's journeyman
Meeting with the goddess : true story of the Vietnamese Annie Oakley
Composting America
The Chicopee flash
A soldier's prayer
Marble Mountain
From To touch : a Vietnam War medic's diary
Saigon passional
War dream I
War dream II
Nothing to crow about
Honor's death
To take a street
Walking across a burnt field, I feel a puff of ashes up my jeans
The petition
Christmas at Gradma's
Last call on the farm