A Woman of Bangkok by Jack Reynolds

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Acknowledged as one of the most memorable novels about Thailand, “A Woman of Bangkok” was first published to critical acclaim in London and New York in the 1950s and is a classic of Bangkok fiction. Set in 1950s Thailand, this is the story of an Englishman’s infatuation with a dance-hall hostess named Vilai. No ordinary prostitute, Vilai is one of the most memorable in literature’s long line of brazen working girls

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Jack Reynolds is lecturer in philosophy at La Trobe University.
Published January 1, 2012 by Monsoon Books Pte. Ltd.. 328 pages
Genres: History, Travel, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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The story of Reggie Joyce, fresh from England and a frustrated love of his brother's wife, has the obvious anatomy of a protracted lost weekend.

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