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Talking to High Monks in the Snow

An Asian American Odyssey

by Lydia Y. Minatoya

  • 294 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Harper Perennial .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel writing,
  • Sociologists,
  • Ethnic identity,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • China,
  • Japan,
  • Nepal,
  • USA,
  • Women,
  • Minority Studies - General,
  • Biography & Autobiography / General,
  • Biography,
  • Japanese Americans

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9239336M
    ISBN 100060923725
    ISBN 109780060923723
    OCLC/WorldCa35914328

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Talking to High Monks in the Snow book. Read 27 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Winner of the PEN/Jerard Fund Award, Talking /5.

Talking to High Monks in the Snow: An Asian American Odyssey Paperback – Febru by Lydia Minatoya (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings. See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: 5. Talking to High Monks in the Snow: An Asian American Odyssey Hardcover – February 1, by Lydia Yuri Minatoya (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings.

See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(6). ALA Notable Children’s Book Winner of the PEN/Jerard Fund Award, Talking to High Monks in the Snow captures the passion and intensity of. A finely worded memoir of coming to terms with a Japanese heritage, by a Japanese-American who's a community-college counselor in Seattle.

``Feudal Japan floats around my mother,'' Minatoya writes. ``It followed her into our American home and governed my girlhood that feudal code, all females were silent and yielding.'' But Minatoya is an American brought up on ``iconoclastic choice Author: Lydia Minatoya. Get this from a library.

Talking to high monks in the snow: an Asian American odyssey. [Lydia Y Minatoya] -- A Japanese-American woman describes her odyssey of self-discovery as she seeks to reconcile her dual heritage--Japanese tradition and contemporary America. Lydia Minatoya does not exactly talk to monks, high or low, in the snow.

The title of her first book is borrowed from Talking to High Monks in the Snow book epigraph, an excerpt from a work by seventeenth century author Chen Jiru.

Talking to High Monks in the Snow: An Asian American Odyssey Lydia Y. Minatoya, Author HarperCollins Publishers $20 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. About the Book. ALA Notable Children’s Book. Winner of the PEN/Jerard Fund Award, Talking to High Monks in the Snow captures the passion and intensity of an Asian-American woman's search for cultural identity.

Product Details. ISBN: ISBN Imprint: Harper Perennial On Sale: 02/17/ Trimsize: in (w) x in (h) x in (d). Winner of the PEN/Jerard Fund Award, Talking to High Monks in the Snow captures the passion and intensity of an Asian-American woman's search for cultural : Lydia Minatoya.

Talking to High Monks in the Snow (Paperback) An Asian-American Odyssey. By Lydia Minatoya. Harper Perennial,pp.

Publication Date: Febru I feel that many in my school and city do not appreciate our rich heritage as much as I wish they did. A club that will teach and show through discussions, reading, and debate, the sincere, talented, proud people such as Ms.

Minatoya. Talking to High Monks in the Snow is a truly wonderful book for Asians and non-Asians alike/5(7). Get this from a library. Talking to high monks in the snow: an Asian American odyssey. [Lydia Y Minatoya]. Talking to High Monks in the Snow An Asian American Odyssey by Lydia Minatoya.

Harper Perennial, $ cloth, $ paper. Reviewed by Leila Philip. "I am a woman who apologizes to her furniture," states Lydia Minatoya halfway through her engaging memoir about growing up as a Japanese American.

" 'Excuse me,' I say when I bump into a chair. Minatoya (the memoir Talking to High Monks in the Snow, ) debuts in fiction with a pleasantly told, highly detailed, risk-free, and autobiographical “I-story” of Etsuko in the years between the world wars.

The story opens in in Seattle, where the widowed Etsuko lives with her sister Naomi and Naomi’s husband Akira. Naomi dies during childbirth, and after a few years Akira Author: Lydia Minatoya. Theme of Odyssey In Quiet Odyssey and Talking to High Monks in the Snow The odyssey is one of the most common themes within literature.

In two recent works by Asian-American authors, the odyssey is revealed to have both a spiritual and a literal component. Reviewing Talking to High Monks in the Snow for the Village Voice, Luis H.

Francia found that at times Minatoya "lapses into generalizations about Asia" and dubbed her "use of personal declaratives tedious." Nevertheless, Francia called the book "a poignant, sensitive, and often funny account of growing up bicultural in a land that's never.

By Micah Tasaka. Talking to High Monks in the Snow, by Lydia Minatoya, is an autobiographical novel about the challenges a Japanese American woman faces to understand the multiplicity of her identities while attempting to connect to her cultural and ancestral roots and seeking to stabilize her book questions what it means to belong to or feel connected with one’s self.

TALKING TO HIGH MONKS IN THE SNOWIn a voice at once penetrating and humorous, vulnerable and wise, Lydia Minatoya takes us on an evocative exploration of cultural identity that starts with her childhood of ethnic isolation in upstate New York in the fifties, as she listens to her parents' astonishing and affecting tales of her Japanese : Odyssey.

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