5 edition of A Vietnamese family chronicle found in the catalog.
A Vietnamese family chronicle
Nguyen, Trieu Dan
Includes bibliographical references (p. 386) and index.
|Statement||by Nguyen Trieu Dan.|
|LC Classifications||DS559.93.K56 N48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 390 p. :|
|Number of Pages||390|
|LC Control Number||90053513|
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The region is also considered to be the birthplace of the Vietnamese race (the epic revolt of the Trung sisters against the Chinese occupiers occurred here). The Nguyen family chronicle sincepreserved through war and exile, was written (in Chinese script) by the author’s grandfather.
The Nguyen family chronicle sincepreserved through war and exile, was written (in Chinese script) by the author's grandfather.
This document (kept in Nguyen's ancestors' altar) is quoted liberally. A clear and unique picture of Vietnamese personality and culture is provided. show more3/5(1). The region is also considered to be the birthplace of the Vietnamese A Vietnamese family chronicle book (the epic revolt of the Trung sisters against the Chinese occupiers occurred here).
The Nguyen family chronicle sincepreserved through war and exile, was written (in Chinese script) by the author's grandfather. The Nguyen family chronicle sincepreserved through war and exile, was written (in Chinese script) by the author’s grandfather. This document (kept in Nguyen’s ancestors’ altar) is quoted liberally.
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