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Letters to Montgomery Clift : a novel

Author: Noel Alumit; Global Filipino Literary Awards Collection (Library of Congress. Asian Division. Southeast Asia Team)
Publisher: San Francisco : MacAdam/Cage Pub., ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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""I started my life in America and my search for my parents, well only my mother now - with Monty as my guide. The journey to find my mother would not be complete without him." And so begins Letters to Montgomery Clift, a first novel by Noel Alumit; a coming of age story of Bong Bong Luwad, a Filipino boy, who enlists the spirit of 1950s screen idol Montgomery Clift to help him find his mother who is imprisoned in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bildungsromans
Fiction
Epistolary fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Alumit, Noel, 1968-
Letters to Montgomery Clift.
San Francisco : MacAdam/Cage Pub., ©2002
(OCoLC)606671959
Named Person: Montgomery Clift; Montgomery Clift
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Noel Alumit; Global Filipino Literary Awards Collection (Library of Congress. Asian Division. Southeast Asia Team)
ISBN: 1931561028 9781931561020
OCLC Number: 48550981
Awards: Stonewall Book Award (Barbara Gittings Literature Award), 2003
Description: 244 pages ; 24 cm
Responsibility: by Noël Alumit.

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""I started my life in America and my search for my parents, well only my mother now - with Monty as my guide. The journey to find my mother would not be complete without him." And so begins Letters to Montgomery Clift, a first novel by Noel Alumit; a coming of age story of Bong Bong Luwad, a Filipino boy, who enlists the spirit of 1950s screen idol Montgomery Clift to help him find his mother who is imprisoned in the Philippines under the Marcos regime." "After being sent to America by his mother, he is taught by his Aunt to write letters to saints and dead relatives to ask them for favors. As he watches the movie The Search, where Montgomery Clift helps a young boy find his mother, he starts to believe that Monty can do this for him. His letters begin and through time he starts to see visions of Monty himself." "As he reaches adolescence and his hopes of finding his mother diminish, Bong Bong begins to fall deeper into his fantasy world with Clift." "When eventually he travels back to his homeland and finds the whereabouts of his mother, he is able to bid a final farewell to Monty and begin his life anew back in the States with his family. Letters To Montgomery Clift is a novel of endurance and hope. It is a tale of growing up, coming out and going home."--BOOK JACKET.

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