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eBook The weight of a leaf ePub

by Myra Scovel

  • ISBN: 0664208908
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  • Author: Myra Scovel
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Westminster Press; First Edition edition (1970)
  • Pages: 76
  • ePub book: 1440 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1803 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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The weight of a leaf Hardcover – 1970. by. Myra Scovel (Author).

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When Myra Scovel arrived in Peking in 1930 with her medical missionary husband and infant son, China .

When Myra Scovel arrived in Peking in 1930 with her medical missionary husband and infant son, China was a land steeped in an ancient culture, mellow as the smooth cream ivory of its curio shops, relaxed as the curves of a temple roof against the sky. Twenty-one years later-as the Scovels were forced to leave China by the Communists-it was a country of fear, of terror, of hatred toward the foreigner. The dramatic events that transformed China are recounted here from the fresh and poignant viewpoint of an extraordinary American wife and mother

Eventually forced to leave the Communist country, she provided an intimate portrait of a country peaceful and exotic, steeped in historya?then fearful and suspicious of foreign influence. The book reads like a novel, with the intimacy and suspense of a story that spans the breadth of China.

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