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Từ Dụ Thái Hậu - Quyển thượng

Authors: Tran Thuy Mai
"Empress Dowager Từ Dụ" is a fictional novel which can be considered a historical novel of the new genre of contemporary Vietnamese literature: "conflict in the court". The context of the story belongs to the Nguyen Dynasty - the last feudal dynasty in Vietnamese history
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Empress Dowager Từ Dụ - Volume 1
"Empress Dowager Từ Dụ" is a fictional novel which can be considered a historical novel of the new genre of contemporary Vietnamese literature: "conflict in the court". The context of the story belongs to the Nguyen Dynasty - the last feudal dynasty in Vietnamese history. This novel is the favorite of the famous female writer Tran Thuy Mai, whose style is Vietnamese with a vivid, attractive story from beginning to end, like a movie. The author chose the harem as the background to tell a long story about the life of one of the famous queens in Vietnamese history, namely Pham Thi Hang, wife of Emperor Thieu Tri. Later, she became the Empress Dowager Từ Dụ and famous for her kindness. The timeline in the novel spans 30 years, through the three reigns of Nguyen kings: Gia Long, Minh Mang and Thieu Tri. The story begins when the 13-year-old girl Pham Thi Hang follows her father from the rich southern land to the capital, undergoing many incidents to become the head of the Nguyen's harem.

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Authors Tran Thuy Mai
Translators N/A
Languages Vietnamese
Publisher Phu nu
Associate Publisher Xunhasaba
ISBN/ISSN 9786045662335
Weight 0.0000
Origin Publications in Vietnam
Dimension 15.5 x 23.5
Pages 444
Year 2019
Format Paperback
Store name Export Department

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