Mao's Harvest: Voices from China's New Generation
Helen F. Siu, Zelda Stern
Oxford University Press, Apr 4, 1985 - Literary Collections - 288 pages
This volume is one of the first collections to reach the West of the stories, essays, and poems published by writers of the "Mao Generation"--the first generation of Chinese to grow up under socialism. Drawn from both official Chinese literary journals and underground magazines, these previously untranslated stories provide a fascinating portrait of China in the seventies.
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