6 edition of Summer of betrayal found in the catalog.
Originally published: New York : Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1997.
|Statement||Hong Ying ; translated from the Chinese by Martha Avery.|
|Contributions||Avery, Martha, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||PL2861.O65 L613 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||98030896|
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Summer of Betrayal: A Novel Paperback – December 7, by Hong Ying (Author)Cited by: 6. Summer Of Betrayal is a remarkable first novel by a young Chinese author whose work is as lyrical as it is outspoken. Summer Of Betrayal was published in Taiwan inand Summer of betrayal book banned in mainland China, it is still widely circulated there as an "underground" novel.
This Farrar Straus Giroux edition is its first publication in the West/5(9). That novel explains the first part of the life of the character you will meet in "Summer of Betrayal" and makes "Summer" so much more easy to understand since "Summer" takes place later in the character's adult life/5(9).
Summer of Betrayal. At dawn on the June morning in following the brutal repression of student demonstrations in Beijing, a young poet flees the bullets, tanks, and soldiers, trying desperately to get back to the flat she shares with her lover/5.
First published in Taiwan in and subsequently banned in China (though widely circulated there), Hong Ying's Summer of Betrayal is a riveting novel of betrayal, sexual liberation, and political defiance set in the aftermath of the Tiananmen Square massacre.
Fleeing the brutal crackdown, Lin Ying struggles through the chaotic streets of Beijing to reach the Pages: The Paperback of the Summer of Betrayal by Cynthia Gallant-Simpson at Barnes & Noble.
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Summer of Betrayal Hong Ying, Author, Ying Hong, Author, Martha Avery, Translator Farrar Straus Giroux $22 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. It's a very short book. IMPORTANT: I do recommend Ms. Hong's later novel, "Daughter of The River", to be read first. That novel explains the first part of the life of the character you will meet in "Summer of Betrayal" and makes "Summer" so much more easy to understand since "Summer" takes place later in the character's adult life.
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Summer Of Betrayal ($; Jun. ; pp.; ): First published in Taiwan inthis impassioned novel describes the emotional life of a young woman poet in the wake of the massacre of dissident students in Tiananmen Square.
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Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: In the early hours of the morning, following the massacre in Tiananmen Square, a young poet, Lin Ying, flees the bullets, tanks and soldiers.
Summer of betrayal: a novel. [Ying Hong; Martha Avery] -- The impact of the Tiananmen Square crackdown on Chinese intellectuals through the eyes of Lin Ying, a poetess.
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On Summer of Betrayal by Hong Ying I was first attracted by this book for its brief introduction“A graphic, sensuous and surprising novel about the aftermath of Tiananmen Squareby a young woman who was there.” It is also said that this book was published in Taiwan in ; though banned in the inland of China, it circulated there.
The memoir Daughter of the River takes her from her hometown to the demonstrations in Tiananmen Square in the spring of ; her novel Summer of Betrayal picks up shortly thereafter, beginning June 4, as the tanks of the PLA roll through Beijing. The world she portrays in both works is a cruel one, where nothing is secure and nobody is to be.
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