Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China
The forces of history and the exceptional talents of this young writer combine to produce a work of nonfiction with the breadth and drama of the richest, most memorable fiction classics. Wild Swans is a landmark book, with the intimacy of memoir and the panoramic vision of a monumental human saga, which tells of the lives of Jung Chang, her mother, her grandmother, and of 20th-century China. 16-page photo insert.
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WILD SWANS: Three Daughters of ChinaUser Review - Kirkus
An exceptional tribute to three generations of courageous and articulate Chinese women: the grandmother, born in 1909 into a still feudal society; the mother, a Communist official and then ``enemy of ... Read full review
Informative but ramblingUser Review - tomjett - Overstock.com
Not that well written and rambling but provides lots of information on Chinese history. The chaotic nature of the writing portrays the chaos that the Chinese have endured for many centuries. Read full review