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My Year of Meats pulsates with passion. They include a remarkable interview with Ozeki that convincingly spells out how the book evolved from a series of sketches about her experiences doing TV production.
My Year of Meats pulsates with passion. Ozeki’s first novel detonates an attack on the meat industry that would make Upton Sinclair sit up and smile. yet all this energy doesn’t obscure the novel’s quirky charm. Ruth Ozeki masks a deeper purpose with a light tone. I have some critical quibbles about the structure of the ending.
Электронная книга "My Year of Meats: A Novel", Ruth Ozeki
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Ruth Ozeki is a novelist, filmmaker, and Zen Buddhist priest
Ruth Ozeki is a novelist, filmmaker, and Zen Buddhist priest. She is the award-winning author of three novels, My Year of Meats, All Over Creation, and A Tale for the Time Being, which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award.
My Year of Meats book.
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Ruth Ozeki is an American-Canadian author, filmmaker and Zen Buddhist priest. Her books and films, including the novels My Year of Meats (1998), All Over Creation (2003), and A Tale for the Time Being (2013), seek to integrate personal narrative and social issues, and deal with themes relating to science, technology, environmental politics, race, religion, war and global popular culture.
My Year of Meats is a novel by Ruth Ozeki. Jane Takagi-Little is a Japanese-American documentary filmmaker who is hired to work for a Japanese production company, where she uncovers some unsavory truths about love, fertility, and a dangerous hormone called DES. The company works with BEEF-EX to promote the use of American beef in Japan by creating a Japanese television show called My American Wife!.
When documentarian Jane Takagi-Little finally lands a job producing a Japanese television show that just happens to be sponsored by an American meat-exporting business, she uncovers some unsavory truths about love, fertility, and a dangerous hormone called DES.
At first glance, a novel that promises to expose the unethical practices of the American meat industry may not be at the top of your reading list, but Ruth Ozeki's.
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