Two Trees Make a Forest : On Memory, Migration and Taiwan by Jessica J. Lee 9780349011042

Two Trees Make a Forest : On Memory, Migration and Taiwan


In "Two Trees Make a Forest," Jessica J. Lee embarks on a poignant journey of self-discovery, tracing her family's roots in the lush, verdant landscapes of Taiwan. A serendipitous finding of letters penned by her grandfather, an immigrant, ignites a profound desire within her to unravel the threads of her ancestry. As she immerses herself in the island's captivating natural tapestry, Lee weaves a captivating narrative that seamlessly blends personal memoir with an exploration of Taiwan's rich ecological heritage.

Jessica J. Lee is a naturalist and writer whose work has been widely acclaimed. With an insightful and lyrical voice, she deftly navigates the intricate interplay between personal history and the natural world, inviting readers to embark on a transformative odyssey that transcends geographical boundaries. Through her evocative prose, Lee illuminates the profound connections that bind us to our ancestral roots and the enduring solace found in nature's embrace.

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