Review: MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA by Arthur Golden

Veens of Giving . . . Reading a Chance!!! recently reviewed Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden.  Here’s a snippet from her review:

The novella is set in the 1930’s – 1940’s and gives a peek into the lives of the people before the World War started, during the Great Depression and during the World War 2! We also see how the Geisha district of Gion is closed during World War 2 and how there lives of luxury change. It is interesting to see that in Japan, each factory that was there in those times was asked to produce fighter plane parts and such items… even if they never had ANY experience in the field.

Read full review.

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