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Tash Aw


Tash Aw was born in Taipei, in the Republic of China, and brought up in Malaysia. He moved to England to attend university and now lives in London. He is the author of The Harmony Silk Factory, which was the winner of the Whitbread Award for First Novel and the Commonwealth Book Prize for best first novel and was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize, and Map of the Invisible World. His other awards include the inaugural M Literary fellowship in Shanghai and an O. Henry Award.

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Map of the Invisible World
Written by Tash Aw

eBook | 352 pages | Emblem Editions | Fiction
978-0-7710-0903-7 (0-7710-0903-8)

April 27, 2010 | $13.99

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Map of the Invisible World
Written by Tash Aw

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ISBN: 9780771009037
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Set during the tumultuous “Year of Living Dangerously” in post-colonial Indonesia, a stunning follow-up to the international debut literary sensation The Harmony Silk Factory.

Tash Aw burst onto the international literary scene in 2005 with his highly acclaimed, award-winning debut novel. Now, with the same lyrical evocation of an exotic yet tumultuous...

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Map of the Invisible World
Written by Tash Aw

Trade Paperback | 352 pages | Emblem Editions | Fiction
978-0-7710-0902-0 (0-7710-0902-X)

April 27, 2010 | $21.00

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Map of the Invisible World
Written by Tash Aw

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ISBN: 9780771009020
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Set during the tumultuous “Year of Living Dangerously” in post-colonial Indonesia, a stunning follow-up to the international debut literary sensation The Harmony Silk Factory.

Tash Aw burst onto the international literary scene in 2005 with his highly acclaimed, award-winning debut novel. Now, with the same lyrical evocation of an exotic yet tumultuous...

Also available as an eBook.