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    A Trilogy of Jiangnan consists of a series of long, yet masterly composed, works. Having initially been conceived during the middle of the 1990s, they underwent deep changes and was finished in 2011. While staunchly sticking to the art of w

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    The novel reflectsonaturbulent history of humanreproduction over six decades in Chinese countryside through relating the life of Auntie, a country doctor with more than fifty years of experience in obstetrics. The author spent more than a de

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    Xu Mao and His Daughters unfolds around the entry of the CPC working party into a mountainous village in Sichuans Tuojiang River area in winter 1975 and centers around the Xu family. Against the background of the Cultural Revolution, the no

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    Set in Wang Zengqis hometown of Gaoyou, A Moment at Lake Danao starts by describing the area and its spirit before moving onto the lives of the people there the tinsmiths, the porters, the constables. But its true focus is on the love story

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    Really, a lot of my more colloquial expressions are very philosophical. For instance, my books Come In or Get Out , Are You Ready? , Struggle Till You Drop , and Have Something to Eat can be very thought-provoking. Dai Lai First published in

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    Jerusalem is a story about several young people Chu Pingyang, Yang Jie, Yi Changan and Qin Fuxiao who left their hometown in Huajie Street for Beijing, and ultimately come back for a reunion. Their joy and sorrow, as well as struggle aredep

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    Middle Age was published in 1980, four years after the end of the Cultural Revolution. Back then, intellectuals, who had suffered persecution and deprivation during the Cultural Revolution, still failed to gain due appreciation and respect