Lei feng ta

雷峯塔 - Lei feng ta

Book - 2010 | Chinese
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Eileen Chang is recognized as one of the greatest modern Chinese writers who would have been 90 years old in 2010. "The Fall of the Pagoda" tells the story of a young girl Pipa born to a rich Shanghai family. Her complex family relations include her opium addict father's concubines and her cousins, all being pampered by a horde of servants. Her mother insists on a divorce, leaves with her aunt to study abroad. And the precocious Pipa grows up being oversensitive. This semi-autobiographical novel is followed by "The Book of Change," both originally written in English, and concludes in "A Small Reunion," originally in Chinese. In Chinese. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc.
Publisher: Taibei Shi : Huang guan wen hua chu ban you xian gong si, 2010
Edition: 880-04 Chu ban
Edition (Original Script): 初版
ISBN: 9789573327103
Branch Call Number: Chinese F Zha
Additional Contributors: Zhao, Pihui
Additional Contributors (Original Script): 趙丕慧


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