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Embed Size px. Start on. She reveals the final fate of Fa Mu Lan from Woman Warrior , her highly acclaimed first memoir, and takes the reader across the Chinese countryside with Wittman Ah Sang, the protagonist from her third novel, Tripmaster Monkey. From an evocative scene of her aunt's persecution and suicide to her own arrest at an antiwar protest, Hong Kingston glides from event to event with earnestness and graceful fluidity.
As much an examination of the nature of time and aging as it is an exploration of cultural identity and origin, I Love a Broad Margin to My Life contains both moments of dark alienation and buoyant transcendence. Ultimately, Hong Kingston claims an ownership of not only her own origins, but her journey as a human being and a writer as well.