Getting used to dying: a novel
For years, Zhang Xianliang has been in and out of prison and labor camps while achieving recognition as one of China's foremost writers, and this powerful autobiographical novel and insider's portrait brilliantly chronicles what it means to be Chinese in China today.
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I picked this book at random, because I'm trying to read 1 author from every letter of the alphabet this year, and X is hard to find! I found the book difficult to get into at first, mostly because it ... Read full review
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The Executioners' Idea of a Joke. By JONATHAN MIRSKY; JONATHAN MIRSKY IS THE CHINA SPECIALIST OF THE OBSERVER IN BRITAIN. ...
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Zhang, Xianliang (1991), Getting used to dying. A novel. New York (harpercollins), 144. I've come to realize that it is much easier to infatuate people with ...
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"Remembering a Bitter Past". The Trauma of China's Labor Camps, 1949-1978. Klaus Mühlhahn. The span of time between the Taiping Rebellion (1850-64)—a ...
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