To the Storm: The Odyssey of a Revolutionary Chinese Woman

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1985 - College teachers - 405 pages
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Today, the voices heard from the People's Republic of China most often are those of intellectuals who, as a class, were tested severely by Maoist policies from 1958 to 1978. Yue Daiyun, through a ... Read full review

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Sooo powerful. Broke my heart and expanded my understanding of human suffering and will to survive. Read full review

Contents

The Goddess Departs
2
A Chain of Judgment
25
Cast Out from the People
54
A Handful of Walnuts
78
Never Forget Class Struggle
101
Cleaning Up the Countryside 225
125
Unleashing the Violence 252
151
Long Live the Red Terror 267
167
The Naked Flagpole
223
n Learning from Hardship
252
Too High a Price
274
The New Generation
299
Revolutions Wake
322
An Unknown Future
349
Farewell to Spring
366
Copyright

Heaven and Earth
194

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