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Ripples Across Stagnant Water epub

by Li Jieren


Ripples Across Stagnant Water epub

ISBN: 0835120856

ISBN13: 978-0835120852

Author: Li Jieren

Category: No category

Language: English

Publisher: Panda Books (1990)

Pages: 332 pages

ePUB book: 1203 kb

FB2 book: 1595 kb

Rating: 4.1

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Ripples Across Stagnant Water is one of a series of three novels set in and around Chengdu spanning a period of forty to fifty years with this one depicting the period of stagnation before the 1911 revolution.

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Ripples Across Stagnant Water is Chongqing Ballet's second work supported the by China National Arts Fund after . The play is adapted from Li Jieren's novel

Ripples Across Stagnant Water is Chongqing Ballet's second work supported the by China National Arts Fund after the Pursuit of Shangri-La, as well as their second large-scale original ballet. The play is adapted from Li Jieren's novel. It tells a complex story about a young lady "Deng Yaogu" pursuing her love in Tianhui Town, Sichuan Province in the last century.

Ripple on Stagnant Water, A Novel of Sichuan in the Age of Treaty Ports, by Li Jieren, translated by Bret .

Ripple on Stagnant Water, A Novel of Sichuan in the Age of Treaty Ports, by Li Jieren, translated by Bret Sparling and Yin Chi. In the small market town of Heaven’s Turn on the Chengdu Plain, a simple-minded shopkeeper has married a beautiful village girl who is determined to rise above her station. Li Jieren’s novel is populated with gangsters, prostitutes, farmers, dilettantes, bureaucrats and Christian converts, all drawn from the author’s familiar acquaintance. Merwin Asia, due Sept 2012, distributed by University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 978-1-937385-25-5 // ISBN 978-1-937385-24-8.

Ripples Across Stagnant Water. Ripples Across Stagnant Water. 1992 ‘狂’ Directed by Zifeng Ling.

Li Jieren (Chinese: 李劼人; pinyin: Lǐ Jiérén; June 20, 1891 – December 24, 1962) was a Chinese writer and translator. The first and most widely acclaimed of these was translated into English as Ripple on Stagnant Water (Chinese: 死水微澜)

Li Jieren (Chinese: 李劼人; pinyin: Lǐ Jiérén; June 20, 1891 – December 24, 1962) was a Chinese writer and translator. A native of Chengdu, his works are celebrated for their local flavor and realistic portrayal of Sichuan during the late Qing period.

Li Jieren's novel is populated with gangsters, prostitutes, farmers, dilettantes, bureaucrats and Christian converts, all drawn from the author's familiar acquaintance

Li Jieren's novel is populated with gangsters, prostitutes, farmers, dilettantes, bureaucrats and Christian converts, all drawn from the author's familiar acquaintance.

Ripples Across Stagnant Water is one of a series of three novels set in and around Chengdu spanning a period of forty to fifty years with this one depicting the period of stagnation before the 1911 revolution.