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Selected Stories of Xiao Hong
     

Selected Stories of Xiao Hong

by Xiao Hong, Howard Goldbratt (Translator)
 

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Xiao Hong was one of the most renowned writers in China during the 1930s. She published her first novel when she was only twenty-four, and her talent was quickly recognized by Lu Xun, one of the greatest Chinese writers in the twentieth century, who wrote a preface for her work. She died in 1942 at the age of thirty-one. This collection includes some of her most

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Xiao Hong was one of the most renowned writers in China during the 1930s. She published her first novel when she was only twenty-four, and her talent was quickly recognized by Lu Xun, one of the greatest Chinese writers in the twentieth century, who wrote a preface for her work. She died in 1942 at the age of thirty-one. This collection includes some of her most famous short stories, such as "On the Oxcart," "Spring in a Small Town," "The Family Outsider," "Flight from Danger," "Vague Expectations," "The Bridge," and "Hands."

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ISBN-13:
9780835110495
Publisher:
China Books & Periodicals, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/28/1982
Pages:
220

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