4 edition of silk of time found in the catalog.
English translation and Russian original on facing pages.
|Other titles||Shelk vremeni.|
|Statement||Olga Sedakova ; edited and introduced by Valentina Polukhina = Shelk vremeni / Olʹga Sedakova.|
|LC Classifications||PG3486.E24 A6 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||94215932|
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Strangely stiff and predictable coming-of-age debut novel about a young Chinese girl's hardships in earlyth-century China. Protagonist Pei is Tsukiyama's rather lifeless exemplar of the difficult lives of Chinese women throughout history. Born into a typically patriarchal peasant family dominated by a cold father who undervalues women's lives, the adolescent Pei is sent off to a silk farm.
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