sinuous

By Lydia Kwa

sinuous
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Through the mind's eye Lydia Kwa charts the path of the stranger in a new land, the immigrant seeking escape, and transformation from the suffering of the past. Sinuous is a journey toward self-realization and acknowledgest that through the fiery trials of life it is possible ... Read more


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Through the mind's eye Lydia Kwa charts the path of the stranger in a new land, the immigrant seeking escape, and transformation from the suffering of the past. Sinuous is a journey toward self-realization and acknowledgest that through the fiery trials of life it is possible to find renewed strength and purpose for the future.

Lydia Kwa

Author and practicing pyschologist Lydia Kwa has written three novels, This Place Called Absence, The Walking Boy (shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize), and Pulse, as well as one previous collection of poetry, The Colours of Heroines. She currently lives and works in Vancouver.

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