Dình-Hoà Nguyên (review date winter 1994)
SOURCE: Nguyên, Dình-Hoà. Review of The Lonesome Moon, by Hoàng Thi Dáo-Tiêp. World Literature Today 68, no. 1 (winter 1994): 223-24.
[In the following review, Nguyên offers a favorable assessment of Hoàng Thi Dáo-Tiêp's The Lonesome Moon.]
The Lonesome Moon is a collection of short stories by the refugee writer Hoàng Thi Dáo-Tiêp, whose first novel, Dăm khuya (On the Road Late at Night; see WLT [World Literature Today] 67:1, p. 241), has been widely acclaimed by readers all over the world. The fourteen stories depict the lives of Vietnamese refugees from all walks of life, now busy making a living and trying hard...
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