Imperial woman: a novel

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J. Day Co., 1956 - Fiction - 376 pages
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Fictionized biography of Tzu-hsi, the last empress of China, who was known as "Old Buddha".

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User Review  - Smiler69 - LibraryThing

Pearl S. Buck's fictionalized account of the last Empress of China (1861-1908), who, first known as Orchid, went from being chosen at the age of seventeen to be one of hundreds of Imperial concubines ... Read full review

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User Review  - karen.collins - LibraryThing

This is my favorite of all time! I think I really enjoy the historical aspect of the book tied in with enough detail about the characters to make it come to life. I love the boldness of the Last Empress. She was a strong woman in a day and culture that did not allow it. Read full review

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