Michele Lee describes herself as the afence-sittinga middle child in a large Hmong-Australian family. Banana Girl is the explosive and poignant memoir of her rites of passage. Sexy, irreverent and nuanced, Lee isnat afraid to lay herself and her relationships bare. Intimacy in an on-line world, sexual adventures and Gen Y yearnings, turning thirty as an Asian-Australian woman in inner city Melbourne, and the travails of becoming an artist, all capture Leeas riveting gaze. The result is a book that is erotic, witty and revealing, a gutsy true story of self-acceptance that takes hold and wonat let go.Hea#39;s got mirrored sliding doors on his wardrobe, so when Iturnmy head I can see me with my black asymmetrical hair and golden banana skin, and I can see him, ginger hair and caramel skin, made all the more burnished courtesy of aanbsp;...
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