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Date Posted: 20:50:22 02/05/06 Sun
Author: JulieQ
Subject: I also had difficulty understanding why she was so in love with the Chairman. They had so few interactions together. I think you're right, he became a symbol. Then, that ending! Totally lost me. A much better book was Gail Tsukiyama's "Women of the Silk". It takes place in China, not Japan, but still opens up the mysteries of the Orient to the reader, and the characters are far more realistic. That said, I am planning to see the Geisha movie.
In reply to: Syl 's message, "Memoirs of a Geisha" on 16:31:15 02/03/06 Fri

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[> [> When rewatching Disney's Cinderella after it came out on DVD recently, I had the same thought. "She doesn't even know him!" But that didn't stop me from enjoying the movie as a whole. I guess I don't mind if things in a story are realistic, as long as they are still enjoyable. -- Lynn H., 10:21:53 02/06/06 Mon

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