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Simon and Schuster, 1983 - Fiction - 527 pages
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Tells of China under the Dowager Empress, and particularly of the families and lives of two merchants of the Jewish faith, one Chinese, one European, who are partners and friends.

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Review: Mandarin (Imperial China #3)

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I have photocopied the first 25 pages, I hope I like the beginning as much as I've anticipated reading this book. Before purchasing, The Toronto Reference library, has the only available library copy in Stacks as a reference copy that can't be checked out. Read full review

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