From the acclaimed, award-winning author of "Waiting" and "War Trash" comes a new novel that eloquently re-imagines the American immigrant saga. Jin tells the story of the Wu family, as it sets out on a journey through contemporary America in search of a sense of belonging.From the acclaimed, award-winning author of "Waiting" and "War Trash" comes a new novel that eloquently re-imagines the American immigrant saga. Jin tells the story of the Wu family, as it sets out on a journey through contemporary America in search of a sense of belonging.Read Less
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. Inscribed and signed by the author. Glued binding. 660 p. Audience: General/trade. I only list ARCs if they are signed by the author. Proceeds from the sale of this book supports the Library at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center (GLCC) of Pittsburgh.
Signed. First Edition. ***PAPERBACK***, advance reader's edition, signed by author Ha Jin on title page, Very Good. Gently used with NO markings in text; binding is tight. Pasadena's finest independent new and used bookstore.
Signed. First Edition. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Signed by the author. Glossy wraps, fine. Precedes first edition (advance reader's copy, ARC, uncorrected proof, bound galley). Though not marked, from the collection of Mel Waggoner, host of the public radio program "Profiles" which interviewed authors.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Signed by author. Glued binding. Boards. With dust jacket. 660 p. Audience: General/ Collectors A stated first edition So #'d 2-9-1++A signed copy by Mr JIN on The Publishers Bookplate & pasted on the half title page/. Boards & Jacket MINT condition & price uncut @$26.00 Clean & unmarked= ==Being sold W/ pags @ bottom of rear warped a bit =No effect on text or binding++ Being sold "AS=IS""= Not returnable= Not Library Copy= No Owners signed or bookplates+ Thanks...Mel
Jin, Ha., Pantheon Books, 2007, c2007, 1st Edition, 1st printing, boards with gilt spine title (hard cover), PO's small initials o/w very near fine with very near fine dj, 660 pp, tall 8vo, warmly inscribed & SIGNED by Ha Jin, ISBN: 9780375424656, 'Ha Jin creates a moving, realistic, but always hopeful narrative as Nan moves from Boston to New York to Atlanta, ever in search of financial stability and success, even in a culture that sometimes feels oppressive and hostile. As Pingping and Taotao slowly adjust to American life, Nan still feels a strange, paradoxical attachment to his homeland', Literary Fiction; Collectible signed & inscribed copy.
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