Panic and Deaf: Two Modern Satires
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168pp. February 2001
Panic and Deaf: Two Modern Satires
Author: Liang Xiaosheng; Editor: Belcher, James O.; Translator: Chen, Hanming;
Educated Youth. The Lost Generation. They served Mao’s Cultural Revolution as Red Guards in the late 1960s, only to be sacrificed to that same revolution a decade later when they were rusticated to desolate communes and the wastelands of northern China. W
Fiction From Modern China Series
“Contemporary surveys of readers in Beijing have regularly ranked Liang Xiaosheng (b. 1949) among the top ten Chinese fiction writers of the past hundred years, but very few of his works have been translated. This English translation of two of Liang’s rec
Author: Liang Xiaosheng; Editor: Belcher, James O.; Translator: Chen, Hanming;
Liang Xiaosheng was born in Harbin, Manchuria, in 1949. His novella This Is a Miraculous Land won the All-China Short Novel Prize in 1982.



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