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Jung Chang's "Wild Swans"
A review of Jung Chang's 1991 book, "Wild Swans".
# 141469 | 1,250 words | 1 source | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (Asian) , Literature (General) , Asian Studies (General)


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The paper examines Jung Chang's 1991 book, "Wild Swans", and summarizes the text, the interesting facts it raises and the curious or noteworthy opinions it presents. In a related vein, the paper outlines the book's greatest strengths and the book's failings, as well. The paper concludes that the book stands out because it offers a generous and poignant look at the vicissitudes of life in revolutionary and pre-revolutionary China; in other words, it is a book written by one who feels and who writes with feeling.

From the Paper:

"Over the next few pages, this book review shall examine Jung Chang's 1991 book, "Wild Swans", summarize the text, the interesting facts it raises and the curious or noteworthy opinions it presents. In a related vein, the paper will outline the book's greatest strengths and the book's failings, as well. In the end, the book stands out because it offers a generous and poignant look at the vicissitudes of life in revolutionary and pre-revolutionary China; in other words, it is a book written by one who feels and who writes with feeling."

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