When A Flower Dies

When A Flower Dies By Josephine Chia, When A Flower Dies What can we recover after a life passes on A novel about love forgetting and remembering Pansy Lim a Peranakan girl was brought up in a seaside village in colonial Singapore in the s She inheri
  • Title: When A Flower Dies
  • Author: Josephine Chia
  • ISBN: 9789810963149
  • Page: 132
  • Format: None
  • When A Flower Dies By Josephine Chia, What can we recover after a life passes on A novel about love, forgetting and remembering Pansy Lim, a Peranakan girl, was brought up in a seaside village in colonial Singapore in the 1940s She inherits her mother s love for flowers, nature, the sea, and their healing qualities Educated by English nuns, she learns and grows to love English, literature and poetry WeWhat can we recover after a life passes on A novel about love, forgetting and remembering Pansy Lim, a Peranakan girl, was brought up in a seaside village in colonial Singapore in the 1940s She inherits her mother s love for flowers, nature, the sea, and their healing qualities Educated by English nuns, she learns and grows to love English, literature and poetry We see her at the start of the novel, aged, forgetful, and desperately clinging to memories of her recently deceased husband Through her recollections, she remembers George Chan, the village life that they shared, and the communal past left behind by a nation always on the move.
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    About "Josephine Chia"

    1. Josephine Chia

      Ms Josephine Chia is a Peranakan and is proud of her heritage She writes both fiction and non fiction She has eight published books, including Frog Under A Coconut Shell, which has a second edition in 2010 and is currently being translated into Bahasa Indonesia Josephine was one of the winners of UK s Ian St James Awards in 1992 and has won other literary prizes Josephine runs Creative Writing Courses and is Mentor to aspiring young writers.

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