Man's Fate

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Random House, 1961 - China - 283 pages
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A story of the many stages of the Chinese revolution that took place in the late 1920s. Many different political systems are at play from China, to Russia, to France, to Europe in general. There are ... Read full review

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Possibly, probably, a biased translation with very jumbled phrasing throughout. The book remains very vivid and intense. Chronicles the end of life of several revolutionaries (and foreigner's escape) during the 1927 Shanghai massacre. Read full review

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March 211927 Twelvethirty midnight
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Four oclock in the morning
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Half past four in the morning
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