First published in 1981 as El vuelo del tigre by Editorial Legasa, Madrid.
|Statement||Daniel Moyano ; translated and with an afterword by Norman Thomas di Giovanni.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
—Amy Chua, Yale Law professor and New York Times bestselling author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother and Political Tribes “As the United States navigates a complex and challenging relationship with China today, The Flying Tigers offers a vivid reminder that our two countries have pulled together in the past to meet shared threats. A dazzling metaphorical imagination is energetically displayed in this quirky novel (now in its first English translation) by an Argentine writer who was also a practicing violinist and music teacher. Moyano () envisions Argentina in the s, when peasant families were kept under house arrest by a ruling military junta, as a nondescript Andean village (Hualacato) whose residents Author: Daniel Moyano. The flight of the tiger. [Daniel Moyano; Norman Thomas Di Giovanni] -- "El vuelo del tigre (?), an allegorical, satirical novel by the Argentine Moyano, recounts the militaristic takeover of . The Flight of the Tiger Moth is the thrilling story of one boy's journey to become a man and find his path in the world. It also gives young readers a glimpse of Canadian lives during World War II, 3/5(1).
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