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Wind in My Sleeve Hardcover – 17 Sep 1992


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The first four volumes of Han Suyin's autobiography and history of China are: The Crippled Tree, A Mortal Flower, Birdless Summer and My House Has Two Doors.

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Wrapping it up 13 April 2013
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This is the last of several books, the long autobiography of Han Suyin. Her perspective of China in the 20th century is just what I've been looking for. I thought I was well versed in world events, but I have been totally ignorant of China until I started reading the works of Han Suyin. I recommend starting at the beginning, with The Crippled Tree, and ploughing right on through to Wind in My Sleeve, which is several books later. This, along with a reading of the 4 great classics (Water Margin, 3 Kingdoms, Journey West and Dream of Red Mansions) is what I consider the basics of my education on China and it's history and culture.
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