Daughter of the River
Spanning the Great Famine through to the Cultural Revolution and beyond, this exceptional and totally absorbing book is not only a testament to the youth of China who took fate in their own hands by marching on Tiananmen Square in April of 1989, but is also a complex--yet at the same time somehow disturbingly simple--memoir of a young girl growing up amid a poverty and squalor that we, in our cosy homes with food on the table and light and warmth, can barely envisage.
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