Maidenhome

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Aunt Lute Books, 1994 - Fiction - 198 pages
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Written over the last decade of tumult and transformation in the People's Republic of China, these stories bring us authentic and startling portraits of women trapped in a society that straddles Confucian patriarchy, communist self-sacrifice and imported Western culture. "This is a strong collection of realistic fiction.... here are modern Chinese women's lives in all their diversity."--Australian Bookseller and Publisher

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Though several of her plays have already been produced-and have won numerous awards-this is the first collection of stories by Ding available in English. Now living in Australia, Ding is a witness to ... Read full review

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Foreword by Cathy Silber
The Other Woman
If You Were Still Alive
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