Letter from Peking

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  • Hardcover
  • Letter from Peking
  • Pearl S. Buck
  • English
  • 06 July 2018
  • 0854566945

10 thoughts on “Letter from Peking

  1. says:

    Letter from Peking, Pearl S Buck 1970 1346 172 1993 168 9789640015858 1394 207 9786001217012 20 1370 271 Letter from Peking, Pearl S Buck 1970 1346 172 1993 168 9789640015858 1394 207 9786001217012 20 1370 271

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    Gerald has not deserted me nor I him We are divided by history, past and present ElizabethWhat a heartbreaking, but uplifting story I feel like the themes tackled in this book are perfect for readers of Celeste Ng s work This epistolary novel is written in the form of a long diary entry In it, Elizabeth seeks to make sense of a letter her husband, Gerald, has sent her from Peking, where he remains amidst China s Cultural Revolution This last letter is a catalyst for Elizabeth, who has Gerald has not deserted me nor I him We are divided by history, past and present ElizabethWhat a heartbreaking, but uplifting story I feel like the themes tackled in this book are perfect for readers of Celeste Ng s work This epistolary novel is written in the form of a long diary entry In it, Elizabeth seeks to make sense of a letter her husband, Gerald, has sent her from Peking, where he remains amidst China s Cultural Revolution This last letter is a catalyst for Elizabeth, who has at the moment of beginning her book, been separated from her husband for five years, and has been raising their son alone on her family s Vermont farm Gerald ...

  3. says:

    One of the best and unfortunately most forgotten of Ms Buck s fantastic catalog The story of one women torn across two countries by the love of one man and the forces of history Nothing isheart breaking than a love thwarted by forces outside of human contr...

  4. says:

    In this gently written story in the manner that only Pearl Buck can write, a woman living in Vermont where Pearl Buck had one of her homes is dealing with the separation she must endure from her half Chinese husband who is living in Peking, China The separation is due to the Communist takeover Pearl has said that this book reaches deep into my own lifeElizabeth is not myself and yet she is myself in some aspects, in character if not in events For Spacious Skies Journey in Dialogue In this gently written story in the manner that only Pearl Buck can write, a woman living in Vermont where Pearl Buck had one of her homes is dealing with the separation she must endure from her half Chinese husband who is living in Peking, China The separation is due to the Communist takeover Pearl has said that this book reaches deep into my own lifeElizabeth is not myself and yet she is myself in some aspects, in character if not in events For Spacious Skies Journey in Dialogue Pearl goes on to say that the husband in the story was based on a young man in her own life whose father was American and mother was Chinese The young man s American father, disappointed in his first love of a beautiful English girl, had then married a Chinese woman, rationalizing this act by saying that a Chinese wife would help him in his work among the Chinese people After the Chinese wife died, the father married rather soon his form...

  5. says:

    The book s core doesn t stray much from Pearl Buck s much beloved theme the east and west reaching out to love and accept each other Elizabeth is an American ardently in love with her half Chinese husband, Gerald Her fervent love for Gerald made her a strong woman who was ready to rebel , leave her country and make a home in China Following the Communist s upheaval within China, Elizabeth and her son ar...

  6. says:

    From the very first pages, I fell in love with book and the writer both And to be fair my Persian edition translated by Bahman Farzaneh has a significant role in this good sense Also the writing method that...

  7. says:

    Inspired by my recent trip to China, I read my first Pearl S Buck book This is a wonderful story about love, and family, and country A married couple who are very much in love are torn apart by politics duty when the husband, who is 1 2 Chinese, decides to stay in newly Communist China, while the wife, who is American, flees back to America with their son She builds a new life in Vermont, dealing with loneliness, waiting for his lettersuntil the last one arrives Their son grows u...

  8. says:

    I found this 1950 s paperback among my Gran s things after she died and it looked so trashy that I read it for a laugh As soon as I got into it though, I realised it was a bit special I was wholly ignorant of the fact that Pearl S Buck is a literary superstar who won a Nobel prize The book is evocative of China and focuses on a woman s relationship with her seventeen year old son and the father of her husband The husband is forbidden to leave China and the son and grandfather are the only li I found this 1950 s paperback among my Gran s thing...

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    I just can t say enough about how much I admire this little lady Read it on the Kindle and there was an amazing quote or deep thought on every single page She is just so full of wisdom and insight it just ain t fair The only reason it didn t get 5 stars is I found it a bit comical that every man that came to the door fell in love with her a...

  10. says:

    Heart wrenching tale of romance

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