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Dương Thu Hương
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Duffy, Dan, “Tara Incognita?” in The Nation, Vol. 256, No. 14, April 12, 1993, pp. 491-94.

This is a review of Paradise of the Blind in which Duffy describes Duong as “a social panoramist who writes with a tight focus on individual consciousness and personal relations.” He also discusses Duong's work in the broader context of other contemporary Vietnamese writers and the oppressive political atmosphere in which they write.

Eads, Brian, “She Dares to Live Free,” in Reader's Digest, October 1998, pp. 159-64.

Eads traveled to Hanoi to interview Duong, and they met in a hotel room, despite the fact that Eads did not have permission from the government to speak to her, which is required of foreign journalists. The article tells the story of her life and pays tribute to the courage she has shown in standing up to the repressive government in Vietnam.

Hy V. Luong, Revolution in the Village...

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