Beijing: Renmin wenxue chubanshe, 1980. 265p., paperback, very good but for a toned line across the front cover; inscribed by Ding Ling to Huang Keyi (a San Francisco collector) in 1981, when the author visited San Francisco. Laid in is a photo of the two together. Ding Ling was one of the most important leftist women writers of 20th century China, though her works were suppressed after 1957 and she spent years in prison and doing manual labor before being rehabilitated in 1978. Her criticism of Communist Party hypocrisy towards women's issues had her labeled a rightist and expelled from the CCP. After her political rehabilitation, she visited the United States and took part in the University of Iowa's International Writing Program. This was a collection of her essays.
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