Results for General Fiction + Novels + Dealing with Loss, set in China

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  • A Map of Betrayal
    Ha Jin
    Paperback: 07/07/2015
     
    From the award-winning author of Waiting and War Trash: a riveting tale of espionage and conflicted loyalties ...
  • The Ballad of a Small Player
    Lawrence Osborne
    Paperback: 01/13/2015
     
    Resonant of classics by Dostoevsky and Graham Greene, The Ballad of a Small Player is a timeless tale steeped ...
  • The Surrendered
    Chang-rae Lee
    Paperback: 03/01/2011
     
    A stunning story about how love and war inalterably change the lives of those they touch, The Surrendered is ...
  • The Binding Chair: or, A Visit from the Foot Emancipation Society
    Kathryn Harrison
    Paperback: 07/01/2001
     
    May escapes an arranged marriage in rural nineteenth-century China for life in a Shanghai brothel. By turns ...

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