The calligrapher's daughter : a novel / Eugenia Kim.
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- ISBN: 0805092269
- ISBN: 9780805092264
- Physical Description: 386 pages, 12 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: 1st Holt Paperbacks ed.
- Publisher: New York : Holt Paperbacks, 2010.
Includes extras including "On writing The calligrapher's daughter", "A conversation with Eugenia Kim", and "Questions for discussion".
Najin Han, the headstrong daughter of a calligrapher in early twentieth-century Korea, is sent by her mother to become a companion of the young princess to prevent her father from forcing her to marry, but when the king is assassinated, Najin faces countless hardships on her quest for education and love.
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