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by Yu Luojin,Rachel May,Zhiyu Zhu
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  • Author:
    Yu Luojin,Rachel May,Zhiyu Zhu
  • ISBN:
    962201383X
  • ISBN13:
    978-9622013834
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  • Publisher:
    Chinese Univ Pr (December 1, 1986)
  • Pages:
    210 pages
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    Asia
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Personal Name: Yu?, Lo-chin. All rights are reserved by their owners. Publication, Distribution, et. Hong Kong. Physical Description: xix, 210 p. : map, ports. 22 cm. Series Statement: Renditions paperbacks. Download book A Chinese winter's tale : an autobiographical fragment, by Yu Luojin ; translated by Rachel May and Zhu Zhiyu.

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South China Morning Post. A Chinese Winter's Tales By Yu Luojin Translated by Rachel May and Zhu Zhiyu 1986;1988;1990;1995 xix + 210 pages ISBN 962-201-383-X. This Renditions Paperback is a companion volume to David Pollard's Real Life in China at the Height of Empire: Revealed by the Ghosts of Ji Xiaolan, Chinese University Press, 2014. David E. Pollard, now retired, was formerly Professor of Chinese in the University of London and Professor of Translation at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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A compelling social document as well as an intensely personal account of the author's experiences as a young woman during the Cultural Revolution. One of the first post-Cultural Revolution texts to deal openly with sex, its emotional honesty and spirited tone made it one of the most widely read and controversial works of contemporary Chinese literature.