The Saigon sisters : privileged women in the resistance / Patricia D. Norland.  (Text) (Text)

Norland, Patricia
Call no.: DS553.5 .N67 2020Series: NIU series in Southeast Asian studiesPublication: Ithaca : Northern Illinois University Press, 2020Description: xxiv, 253 p. : illISBN: 9781501749735 (hbk.); 1501749730 (hbk.)Subject(s): Indochinese War, 1946-1954 -- Personal narratives, VietnameseIndochinese War, 1946-1954 -- Women -- Vietnam -- Ho Chi Minh CityWomen revolutionaries -- Vietnam -- Ho Chi Minh City -- BiographyUpper class women -- Vietnam -- Ho Chi Minh City -- BiographyUpper class women -- Political activity -- Vietnam -- Ho Chi Minh CityHo Chi Minh City (Vietnam) -- History -- 20th centuryLOC classification: DS553.5 | .N67 2020
Contents:Thanh: "Our hearts beating for the cause" -- Trang: "Living a contradiction" -- Minh: "Generation at a crossroads" -- Le An: "The resistance is for me the university of life" -- Sen: "Living in the jungle was a question of habit" -- Tuyen: "With music, the revolution had more of a chance to succeed" -- Lien An: "We were in a French colony but, deep down, we remained Vietnamese" -- Xuan: "We found the ideals of liberty, fraternity and equality were not for our people" -- Oanh: "The deciding reason I did not become a refugee was I went to study in the U.S." -- Thanh: "We had private lives but suppressed them. But we are, after all, human beings" -- Trang: "I was prepared for any sacrifice or risk" -- Minh: "I led two lives" -- Le An: "The theme of our work in putting on plays was revolution" -- Sen: "We thought of ourselves as working for the people, not a particular party" -- Tuyen: "Everyone thought, if a certain event happens, all ills would be cured. Everyone was wrong." -- Lien An: "Through the education we got in the north, we understood what we had to do" -- Xuan: "There was so much hatred. We could not stay indifferent; something had to be done" -- Oanh: "'French are very nice in France, and very colonialist in the colonies.' Americans were exactly the same" -- Reuniting.
Summary: "Offers the perspective of a group of privileged women, daughters of the elite in colonial Saigon, who rebel and fight for independence from France"--
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Thanh: "Our hearts beating for the cause" -- Trang: "Living a contradiction" -- Minh: "Generation at a crossroads" -- Le An: "The resistance is for me the university of life" -- Sen: "Living in the jungle was a question of habit" -- Tuyen: "With music, the revolution had more of a chance to succeed" -- Lien An: "We were in a French colony but, deep down, we remained Vietnamese" -- Xuan: "We found the ideals of liberty, fraternity and equality were not for our people" -- Oanh: "The deciding reason I did not become a refugee was I went to study in the U.S." -- Thanh: "We had private lives but suppressed them. But we are, after all, human beings" -- Trang: "I was prepared for any sacrifice or risk" -- Minh: "I led two lives" -- Le An: "The theme of our work in putting on plays was revolution" -- Sen: "We thought of ourselves as working for the people, not a particular party" -- Tuyen: "Everyone thought, if a certain event happens, all ills would be cured. Everyone was wrong." -- Lien An: "Through the education we got in the north, we understood what we had to do" -- Xuan: "There was so much hatred. We could not stay indifferent; something had to be done" -- Oanh: "'French are very nice in France, and very colonialist in the colonies.' Americans were exactly the same" -- Reuniting.

"Offers the perspective of a group of privileged women, daughters of the elite in colonial Saigon, who rebel and fight for independence from France"--

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