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Unknown Binding: 972 pages. ISBN-13: 978-7108009036.

Mao Dun (4 July 1896 – 27 March 1981) was the pen name of Shen Dehong (Shen Yanbing), was a Chinese essayist, journalist, novelist, and playwright. A 20th-century Chinese novelist, cultural critic, and the Minister of Culture of People's Republic of China (1949–65), he is one of the most celebrated left-wing realist novelists of modern China. His most famous works are Ziye, a novel depicting life in cosmopolitan Shanghai, and Spring Silkworms. He also wrote many short stories.

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Publisher: Xinjiapo bao ye kong gu Hua wen bao ji tuan (1993). ISBN-13: 978-9810130435.