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An Interview with Author Lisa See

THE BOOK: As the young women of 17th century China were drawn to the famous opera, The Peony Pavilion, author Lisa See was drawn to the 17th century text, The Three Wives’ Commentary, “the first book of its kind, having been written by women, to have been published anywhere in the world.” The fruit of See’s curiosity can be found in her most recent book, Peony in Love, recently published in paperback.

Lisa See

THE AUTHOR: Voted Woman of the Year by The Organization of Chinese American Women in 2001, and the 2003 winner of The Chinese American Museum’s History-Maker Award, See is the author of three mysteries, two novels and the critically acclaimed memoir, On Gold Mountain. She is currently on a fairly grueling speaking tour, working on another novel* — and graciously granting an occasional interview. For more information on her upcoming appearances, visit her website at www.lisasee.com.



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