Revolution Is Not A Dinner Party
Originally published: New York : Henry Holt, 2007. With additional material
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Starting in 1972 when she in 9 years old, Ling struggles to make sense of the communists' Cultural Revolution.
Starting in 1972 when she is nine, Ling, the daughter of two doctors, struggles to make sense of the communists' Cultural Revolution, which empties stores of food, homes of appliances deemed "bourgeois," and people of laughter. gr. 5+
A novel based on the author’s experience of growing up during China’s Cultural Revolution.
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