Red Crag Lo Kuang-Pin

ISBN: 9780898756142

Published: September 1st 2001

Paperback

644 pages


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Red Crag  by  Lo Kuang-Pin

Red Crag by Lo Kuang-Pin
September 1st 2001 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 644 pages | ISBN: 9780898756142 | 10.46 Mb

Upon the books original publication in Peking in 1978, the publisher said: This novel is written by two ex-inmates of the U.S.-Chiang Kai-shek secret service concentration camps in Chung-king, Szechuan Province, China. The year is 1949.FocusingMoreUpon the books original publication in Peking in 1978, the publisher said: This novel is written by two ex-inmates of the U.S.-Chiang Kai-shek secret service concentration camps in Chung-king, Szechuan Province, China.

The year is 1949.Focusing mainly on the actual life-and-death struggles inside the camps on the eve of the citys liberation, the story extols the revolutionary martyrs whose unfailing optimism, fortitude and resourcefulness enable them to overcome the ordeals of torture, hunger and truth drugs. They finally establish contact with the Party Underground outside the prison, strengthening the overall revolutionary struggle.On the basis of the authors intimate knowledge of the events in the countryside, factories, schools, U.S.-Chiang spy organizations and concentration camps as Chinas War of Liberation draws to a victorious close, the characters are superbly delineated and the story is magnificently built scene after scene into an intricately woven plot.

The reader will be gripped, moved and inspired after following these heroic people through the pages of this novel as they fight for a better world.



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