7 edition of A Woman Soldier"s Own Story found in the catalog.
February 25, 2003
by Berkley Trade
Written in English
|Contributions||Lily Chia Brissman (Translator), Barry Brissman (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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A first English translation of an autobiography whose initial volume was published in in Shanghai introduces a feisty woman warrior who defied—not always successfully—her autocratic traditional family, wrote prolifically, served on the front, and loved passionately.
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The efforts of women to emancipate themselves from restrictive social and family bonds is one of the central themes of modern Chinese history. A high degree of grit, intelligence, perseverance, and Read full review2/5(1). Read this book on Questia. For the first time, a complete version of the autobiography of Xie Bingying () provides a fascinating portrayal of a woman fighting to free herself from the constraints of ancient Chinese tradition amid the dramatic changes that shook China during the s, '30s, and '40s.
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Get this from a library. A woman soldier's own story: the autobiography of Xie Bingying. [Bingying Xie; Lily Chia Brissman; Barry Brissman] -- Xie struggled against the constraints of Chinese society in the early twentieth century and went on to become a soldier, a writer and a feminist.
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In a new translation by Xie’s own daughter Lily Chia Brissman and Barry Brissman, this autobiography gives a fresh new voice to a revolutionary Chinese woman who lived almost the entire 20th century – from to She lived her long life determined to claim her own independence and political power in a time of turmoil, shattering changes, and utmost danger.
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