Fb2 Report from a Chinese village (Pantheon village series) ePub
by Jan Myrdal
|Publisher:||Pantheon Books; 1st Pantheon paperback ed edition (1981)|
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Report from a Chinese Village book. As part of the great Pantheon series of books on communities around the world, Jan Myrdal's REPORT FROM A CHINESE VILLAGE stands out as a most powerful work.
Report from a Chinese Village book. Constructed largely as a series of interviews in Studs Terkel style with the villagers themselves, it does not attempt to present the "All-China" picture either from foreign eyes or from the Beijing government's point of view. The villagers of Liu Ling in northern Shensi province speak for themselves. At the end of speaking out, looking back.
com: Report from a Chinese Village: First printing. Report from a Chinese Village. Myrdal, Jan. Published by Pantheon, 1965. Condition: Near Fine Hardcover. From citynightsbooks (Allston, MA, . Maroon cloth binding, red/gilt titles and decoration, red topstain. DJ dated 6/65, H/H on CR page. With photo supplement on matte finish paper. Book and DJ in Mylar near fine.
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New York: Pantheon Books. WHEN, in 1960, the American journalist Edgar Snow revisited Yenan, where he had come to know Chinese Communist leaders intimately almost a quarter of a century before, he spent two days in a small outlying village, Liu Ling or Willow Grove. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement.
Report from a Chinese Village. Translated from the Swedish by Maurice Michael. New York: Pantheon Books, 1965. xxxiv, 374. Illustrations, Tables. Illustrations and photographs by Gun Kessle. Original title: Rapport från kinesisk. James D. Seymour (a1).
In the summer of 1962 Jan Myrdal, the thirty-year-old son of the famous Swedish sociologist Gunnar Myrdal . However, the real value of the book lies in the life stories of thirty villagers related to the author in a series of interviews
In the summer of 1962 Jan Myrdal, the thirty-year-old son of the famous Swedish sociologist Gunnar Myrdal, lived for a month in a Chinese village. The village Liuling is a small collection of man-made caves hollowed out of a soft slope set in the weirdly beautiful loess hills and gorges that cover much of Northwest China. However, the real value of the book lies in the life stories of thirty villagers related to the author in a series of interviews. Many of Myrdal’s subjects are active supporters of the new regime, but some are apolitical, and there is even one y.
In 1982 Myrdal went back to the Chinese village he reported on in 1962 and recorded his observations in Return to a. .He got his breakthrough in 1963 with the book Report from a Chinese Village, an anthropologic study of a Chinese village in Mao's China
In 1982 Myrdal went back to the Chinese village he reported on in 1962 and recorded his observations in Return to a Chinese Village (1984), in which he expressed his disappointment at the changes that had occurred, and his continued support of Mao's programs, including the Cultural Revolution. He got his breakthrough in 1963 with the book Report from a Chinese Village, an anthropologic study of a Chinese village in Mao's China. Subsequently, he has written many similar "reports" and travel notes from Asian countries, including India, Afghanistan and the then-Soviet Central Asian republics, in collaboration with his life partner, Gun Kessle.
In this book-yet another of the beautiful Pantheon Village series -Dolci presents a picture of mid-20th century Sicily through a series of interviews with many Sicilians
In this book-yet another of the beautiful Pantheon Village series -Dolci presents a picture of mid-20th century Sicily through a series of interviews with many Sicilians. They speak entirely on their own. His questions and observations are omitted, with only a couple short sentences at the beginning of each interview to define the speaker.