Pavilion of women

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The John Day company, 1946 - Married women - 316 pages
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Set in 1938 China, an American priest increases his own peril as he is drawn into a forbidden liaison with a beautiful aristocrat and soon they are both caught in a gathering storm that will not only threaten their love, but also their lives. Enter an exotic world that is on the brink of revolution and on the brink of social change.

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User Review  - MrsLee - LibraryThing

Pavilion of Women takes place in the early part of the 1900s, somewhere in inland China. Most of the story takes place within the private rooms of the mother of the household, Madame Wu. She is a ... Read full review

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User Review  - aryadeschain - LibraryThing

The beginning of the book was very promising. It is about an elegant Chinese woman educated in the old traditional way. Since she was young, she was taught that women are no more than the ones ... Read full review


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