I See Yellow Flowers On Green Grass

I See Yellow Flowers On Green Grass
Other names: Tôi Thấy Hoa Vàng Trên Cỏ Xanh
Author: Nguyen Nhat Anh
Genre: Novel
Release: Unknown
Status: Ongoing


A Vietnamese novel written about a poor childhood in a rural village, besides the familiar love theme, for the first time Nguyen Nhat Anh introduced villains and raised moral issues such as: indifference, evil.

81 Short chapters are 81 small stories of children happening in a village: the story of the toad, the story of a ghost, the story of the princess and the prince, besides the story of hunger, house fire, flood, … ” I see yellow flowers on green grass” promises to bring interesting things to both young readers and adults with the clear, innocent and simple voice of children and many interesting, unexpected and emotional details. animation throughout more than 300 pages of the book. The book, therefore, has an obsession, attraction, and attraction that cannot be ignored.

We encounter in I See Yellow Flowers On Green Grass a world that is unexpected and poetic with simple but strangely close contemplations. The story of I See Yellow Flowers On Green Grass is a bit like this, so that anyone who looks at it can see themselves in it, like the first love letter of Uncle Thieu … naive and stupid.

But I See Yellow Flowers On Green Grass seems to be no longer pure, pure and complete of a childhood world. The small book is still kind, witty, sweet but with a hint of sadness, about a sick father who ran away from home because he didn’t want to hurt his wife and children, about another father pretending to be king by his secret son. he always thought of himself as a princess… Lessons about morality, about human love, came back in torment and regret.

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