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Eighth Moon: The True Story of a Young Girl's Life in Communist China - Bette Lord;Sansan
Eighth Moon: The True Story of a Young Girl's Life in Communist China
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Sansan was four when the Communists took Tientsin. She was seventeen when she left China in 1962. This is her story of the years between: how she lived, what she hated, whom she loved; a sturdy, stubborn girl's true record of an existence none of her readers has ever known.
Sansan was four when the Communists took Tientsin. She was seventeen when she left China in 1962. This is her story of the years between: how she lived, what she hated, whom she loved; a sturdy, stubborn girl's true record of an existence none of her readers has ever known.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780380636778 (0380636778)
ASIN: 0380636778
Publisher: Avon Books
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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Lost in a Book
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3.0 Eighth Moon: The True Story of a Young Girl's Life in Communist China
The "Sansan" of the book is Bette Bao Lord's sister, youngest of three children. When their father left China in 1946 to take a position in the US, he had to leave his family behind. Eventually, their mother was able to join him and brought the two older daughters with her. Sansan, who was barely a ...
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3.0 Eighth Moon
The "Sansan" of the book is Bette Bao Lord's sister, youngest of three children. When their father left China in 1946 to take a position in the US, he had to leave his family behind. Eventually, their mother was able to join him and brought the two older daughters with her. Sansan, who was barely a ...
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