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Arthur Golden

Fiction

Interviewed by: Mike Pettengill

Catalog Number: 20051214, 19990526

Author of the highly acclaimed novel Memoirs of a Geisha, which made it on the New York Times Bestsellers List for two years and has since been turned into an award-winning film, Arthur Golden talks frankly about this sweeping narrative that took him nearly a decade to write. He talks about his research and writing processes with Mike Pettengill, and also reads from the book. 

| Subject Matter: China, History, Research | Interview Year: 1999 | Genre: Fiction |

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