Rickshaw Boy

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Reynal & Hitchcock, 1945 - Beijing (China) - 383 pages
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Young boy, taught by ancient maxims, is confused by modern trends in Peking.

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Review: Rickshaw Boy

User Review  - Fred Daly - Goodreads

Chinese novel, written in 1937. It's about a man's struggles to survive in the city as a rickshaw puller. He never gets anywhere. The plot is repetitive, which is sort of the point. It ends up as an indictment of individualism, so it's interesting if not exactly pleasurable to read. Read full review

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User Review  - Bucket - Goodreads

"The life of a poor man…was like the pit of a date, pointed on both ends and round in the middle. You're lucky to get through childhood without dying of hunger, and can hardly avoid starving to death ... Read full review

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