The Three Daughters of Madame Liang

The Three Daughters of Madame Liang

A Novel

Book - 1969
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Publisher: New York, John Day Co. [1969]
Branch Call Number: BUCK FICTION
Characteristics: 315 p. 21 cm.

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julia_sedai
May 02, 2014

This book was quite incredible. Buck does such a good job of showing us what the characters think. She contrasts China and the U.S. and what they both think about each other, and focuses a lot on what a Chinese person from the U.S. thinks of China during the Cultural Revolution. It would very interesting to see what a Chinese person who lived during this time thinks about this book as Buck tries hard to show what Chinese people were thinking during this time. I definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in Chinese history and Chinese-American relations.

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