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    By Alice Pung : Her Fathers Daughter – Epub Download characters · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Alice Pung Alice Pung ☆ 7 Read Finished 27052018Genre memoirRating CConclusion Alice is a 20 something who wants to live learn and start her adult life in AustraliaHer father fears for her safety to an extraordinary degree but why?Ms Pung takes the reader back to the harrowingtimes tat her father survived in CambodiaNow we understand her father's wish

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    By Alice Pung : Her Fathers Daughter – Epub Download A beautiful and haunting look at family and the differences between generations This is a story of the love that binds families and how we can love our parents but not really understand them unless we decided to know their story This is all about those funny and annoying and frustrating things that your parents do and how it takes courage to really look into why they are that way and to accept it for what it is This is about lovin

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    Free read Her Fathers Daughter By Alice Pung : Her Fathers Daughter – Epub Download Alice Pung ☆ 7 Read I hade expected this to pick up where Unpolished Gem finished but it is very different in style and is much about the relationship between father and daughter including how the father's past affects that relationship than a straightfo

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    By Alice Pung : Her Fathers Daughter – Epub Download I really adored Alice Pung’s second memoiras well as I did the first In some ways this one is a flawed book because of the gaps the story leaves in emotional experiences of Alice and also the distance it creates between her and her readers because she chose to write this memoir in the third person But I love the ambition and artistry of this book I love how the structure is not linear but emotional how boldly and art

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characters · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Alice Pung characters Her Fathers Daughter ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Alice Pung ☆ 7 Read At twenty something Alice is eager for the milestones of adulthood leaving home choosing a career finding friendship and love on her own terms But with each step she takes she feels the sharp tug of invisible threads the love and wo. The ending really wrapped this up nicely for me in the sense that I liked how it ended enough to rate this 4 out of 5 Truthfully the beginning was the only most attractive part When we got into the details about her father I was less interested Not because it s not interesting but rather on the whole I have never been really interested in the before stories of autobiographies I m interested in memoirs and autobiographies about growing up in Australia Hence why I really want to read Alice Pung s Unpolished Gem I only picked up Her Father s Daughter because my supervisor at uni had checked out Unpolished Gem If it wasn t because of my research project I suppose I would never consider venturing out into this genre into this style of writing and truthfully I don t really want to I read fiction for a reason to get away from real stories Contemporaries are close to real stories but they are also just fiction Autobiographies and Memoirs though they are completely and utterly in a different league and sometimes too real So they make me uncomfortable Reading Her Father s Daughter was one of those uncomfortable reads One I enjoyed and also despised because it made me suirm in my seat It took me a lot longer to finish this than I expected and I had push my way through the last 120 pages primarily because it was the memory of Alice s father s life before he came to Australia And because I know all that I m reading is based on a true storyis a true story it just feels so odd I really didn t feel like her father s parts were real the side effect of being a second gen migrantfirst gen aus born we live too privileged a life something Alice also touches on in her memoir to really understand Even if we try we don t Hence why I struggled with the parts of her father s story For some this might be interesting to see how Alice s parents fled to see how they survived but I couldn t To me it was like fiction it was a whole other world for me and if it were really fictional I might have been able to enjoy it to feel the drama But it is real and it had happened and there are thousands of others who had faced similar trials so I couldn t really enjoy it as much When it s true people s faces become a frown a grimace of discomfort If it s fiction there s desperation awe want for the story to end well For memoir there isn t really an ending beyond the ending givenBut it is still a piece of creative fiction And I did read the whole thing through and enjoy it to some degree Alice s story is very interesting and admittedly I hate how much parts of her story is very relevant to me Not to mention I know the places she refers to yes I will fangirl and say I used to go to school where she grew up in Footscray My highschool is there and Alice also did a speech at my school for her Unpolished Gem and I loved it She was so inspiring and I definitely want to read her Unpolished Gem because of it I m kind of glad I decided to wait to read it to I can imagine how my 16 year old self would have reacted Getting back to this book This book is a story about Alice and her father Interestingly Alice sets up a contrast between her side of the story and his What I love a lot is the way you see heritage and identity reflected in each individual Alice is Australian born an asian australian brought up to be Australian so that she wouldn t be considered as a refugee But in doing so she has lost many of the values that links to culture because of her father s insistence on the way she was brought up And you see how much she is missing based on the perspectives from her father I love this contrast because I can relate so much to how Alice feels when she s in China watching the young man bargain something for her or when she s looking for a house to buy her eyes are drawn to certain things yet for her father it s simple price uality longevity And this struggle was written out well so very truthfully I was a bit astonished however to find the story being told in alternating chapters Not so surprised to see the book set out in three separate parts The jumping from one part to another was a bit jarring but then again it is the way autobiographies and memoirs are written I suppose I did read one autobiography once for Literature which I found so utterly annoying to read I hated it and I actually think Alice Pung did a really good job in linking each part together It was done much nicer than the other book I read I think it s called Oranges or something I personally don t want to think about that other book right now The first part tells of Alice s time in China to visit the birthplace of her roots where her grandparents are from Since from the beginning of this book we are told that her father never wants her to know about his time in Cambodia The second part of Her Father s Daughter goes back to her father s story back in the Year One in Cambodia And then in the third part it goes back to Alice and Father s alternating story ending the book with Alice going with her father to Cambodia and learning about the past Giving on the whole a well rounded creative fiction about true facts Now Writing Alice s writing is lovely She starts this book very strongly and I absolutely love how she deconstructed her story with her writing For example Still she preseveres This story begins on a bus The bus rolls down dirt roads and when it stops she will disembark and scoop up soil and kiss the land of her ancestors and tell the world how good it is to be home at last The reader is not there with her she can say whatever she likes But the ground as she can see is salted with spit and dotted with dog shit and it is not even soil It s just dust P11Here Alice does something very clever with her work She is differentiating her story from other stories other postcolonial returnee immigrant stories She is also realistic And it s clear right from the beginning of her arrival back in China that it is hardly a dreamland And I think that s uite clever for Alice to do so with her writing And all through the first section and the third section of this book Alice Pung Gosh after reading her memoir I feel like it s fine to call her Alice even though I ve never personally met her and it feels way too odd So I m going to try and stay consistent and call her either Alice Pung or Pung throughout the rest of this story does a wonderful job with her writing It s straightforward honest and sometimes humourous The only part that lagged whether it was because of the writing or because of my own obstinate discomfort of not knowing how to read a story based on true facts and treat it like fiction at the same time But it lagged Other than that though Alice Pung s writing is lovely and I would like to read of itOverall an interesting story was told here Both enjoyable and also not but of course it depends on what kind of person you are and where you come from It depends on what you re interested in too As for me I ve always been interested in stories about people 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characters · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Alice Pung characters Her Fathers Daughter ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Alice Pung ☆ 7 Read Rry of her parents who want than anything to keep her from harm Her father fears for her safety to an extraordinary degree but why As she digs further into her father's story Alice embarks on a journey of painful discovery of memori. I wonder her father s perspective I wonder if that s whathow my father in law thinks too My in laws and the author s parents were probably at the Thailand refugee camp at the same time The only difference is my mother in law couldn t hold it and her first child my husband is born there Such horrific stories I don t know how anyone could live through that when I had to skip a bit here and thereA wonderful thoughtful book of a daughter spreading her wings finding her way in a world her parents have tried very hard to protect her from And just as wonderful a father s thought as he watched over his daughter a mixture of wonderment anxiety and pride

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characters · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Alice Pung characters Her Fathers Daughter ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Alice Pung ☆ 7 Read Es lost and found of her own fears for the future of history and how it echoes down the years Set in Melbourne China and Cambodia Her Father's Daughter captures a father daughter relationship in a moving and astonishingly powerful w. A beautiful and haunting look at family and the differences between generations This is a story of the love that binds families and how we can love our parents but not really understand them unless we decided to know their story This is all about those funny and annoying and frustrating things that your parents do and how it takes courage to really look into why they are that way and to accept it for what it is This is about loving people as they are and understanding how much they love you It is also deeply disturbing and hard to read because of the section on the killing fields in Cambodia The story of Pol Pot and how Cambodia affected Alice s father is one that her father did not want to her to know He wanted her to grow up Australian to grow up with all the things he never had and to never need to know why he wanted to live in a land of electricity cleanliness and educationI can understand why it took 10 years to write this story It would have been very difficult to relive what her father and mother and family went through in Cambodia and to put it on paper in a way that shows courage love and determination It would have taken time and understanding to be able to process this all not be distracted by it and to come to the other side a better person for the journeyI really enjoyed the ending it made me smile

  • Paperback
  • 241
  • Her Fathers Daughter
  • Alice Pung
  • English
  • 04 March 2018
  • 9781863955423