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e-Book The Water Lily Pond: A Village Girl’s Journey in Maoist China (Life Writing) download

e-Book The Water Lily Pond: A Village Girl’s Journey in Maoist China (Life Writing) download

by Han Z. Li

ISBN: 0889204314
ISBN13: 978-0889204317
Language: English
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier University Press (January 20, 2004)
Pages: 264
Category: Historical
Subategory: Memoris

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Han Z. Li's The Water Lily Pond is an important work of retrieval by a heroine with an attentive mind and a humble heart, whose crisis of location - early . Han Z. Li was born in 1956 and grew up in Maoist China.

Han Z. Li's The Water Lily Pond is an important work of retrieval by a heroine with an attentive mind and a humble heart, whose crisis of location - early involuntary induction into the Communist Party in a time of venal nationalism - resulted in an internal exile even as she progressed through the ranks during the Cultural Revolution. In this journey of discovery from idealistic young womanhood through disillusionment to hope and the dream of love reborn, the political is deeply personal. Young (Yang Xiufeng)).

The Water Lily Pond: A Village Girl’s Journey in Maoist China. In her village, she learns that everything has value except the lives of girls and women

The Water Lily Pond: A Village Girl’s Journey in Maoist China. In her village, she learns that everything has value except the lives of girls and women. One of her childhood friends, a landowner’s daughter who because of her family’s Landlord Class, is not allowed to go to university drowns herself when forced to face an arranged marriage. Hua-Hua, a shy and gentle neighbour, hangs herself after her husband beats her brutally for not bearing him a son. May-ping manages to survive the Cultural Revolution as a member of the Communist party who feels outside the system and keeps her inner self intact. Li. ISBN: 0889204314 . Hans Christian Andersen. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating . т 3875. This little duckling is different from the other duckli от 275. The Encyclopedia of Weather and Climate Change: A Complete Visual Guide. Juliane L. Fry, Hans-F Graf, Richard Grotjahn, Marilyn Raphael, Clive Saunders.

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This evocative narrative draws us into the inner life of a young Chinese peasant girl, May-ping, and her first glimmerings of youthful love and idealism under the Maoist regime in China. As she grows into a mature woman, she becomes increasingly aware of the strife around her.

An intelligent girl born into a Poor-Class family in a small village in rural China, she is, because of the Maoist policy towards such families, able to pursue her dream of going to university. To her surprise, urban snobbery and “student thought-spying” at university make it essential for her to hide her real thoughts. Such self-protection becomes especially necessary once her idealistic boyfriend Dan ― a secret boyfriend because young people were forbidden to be romantically involved ― is sent to a labour camp for his outspoken ways.

In her village, she learns that everything has value except the lives of girls and women. One of her childhood friends, a landowner’s daughter who because of her family’s Landlord Class, is not allowed to go to university drowns herself when forced to face an arranged marriage. Hua-Hua, a shy and gentle neighbour, hangs herself after her husband beats her brutally for not bearing him a son.

May-ping manages to survive the Cultural Revolution as a member of the Communist party who feels outside the system and keeps her inner self intact. Her story reveals how political change during the Maoist regime left its mark on ordinary people.

Employing stories within stories, the narrator carries the reader to a mythological realm to images of the resilient water lilies and the nurturing lily pond.

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