Red scarf girl: a memoir of the Cultural Revolution

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Scholastic Inc., 1998 - 285 頁
An outstanding student and much admired leader of her class, Ji-Li Jiang was poised for a shining future in the Communist party until the Cultural Revolution of 1966. Told with simplicity, innocence and grace, this unforgettable memoir gives a child's eye view of a terrifying time in 20th-century history--and of one family's indomitable courage under fire.

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This memoir is part of the 7th grade Language Arts curriculum at my son's middle school. He found it very interesting (his description was "it's kind of like [book:Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood ... 閱讀評論全文

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Absolute power corrupts absolutely The Cultural Revolution in China brought vague images of giant posters of Mao and city people shipped to farms to labor. Jiang Ji-li puts a real face and heart to ... 閱讀評論全文

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