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Farewell, My Concubine by Lilian Lee


  02:41:00 am, by Airycat   , 106 words  
Categories: Book Reviews, Fiction

Farewell, My Concubine by Lilian Lee

This is the book one of my very favorite movies is based on. I was looking for a rich text that the movie implies to me. I didn't find it. Lee's writing style is very simple, even a bit more "telling" than I like.*

Nonetheless, I found the book enjoyable. It is enough the same as the movie see what she doesn't describe. I also like the ending better than the movie's ending. The ending in the movie is perhaps more dramatic, but in the book the ending is more real.

*It is possible that it is the translation that is flat, rather than Lee's style.

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