Peking: A Novel of Chinas Revolution 1921-1978 - Anthony Grey Reviews
Description:ISBN 0316328235 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Anthony Grey / Hardcover / 645 Pages / Book is published 1988-06 by Little Brown & Co (T)
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by - written on 01/01/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Having become throughly engrossed with the true life account of life during the Chinese cultural revolution, Wild Swans, as written by Jung Chang, I was recently ispired to pick up this fictional account of the same period that concentrates in the main part on the infamous Long March and the affect it had on the events that followed in it's wake. Jakob Kellner from a young age is bedazzled by tales of christian missionaries in China and, when he grows up, becomes determined to follow in their footsteps. This leads him deep into the far reaches of rural China where no foreigner has ever walked before, leads him to meet his wife and the mother of his future ... Read the complete review
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