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Empress Orchid (2004) is a novel by Anchee Min which was first published in Great Britain in 2004. It is written in first person and is a sympathetic account of the life of Empress Dowager Cixi - from her humble beginnings to her rise as the Empress Dowager. Names within the story are different in spelling but retain the same pronunciation - allowing the reader to identify each relevant character to his or her real life counterpart.
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- THE LAST EMPRESS.
- Min, Anchee
- Book condition
- Used - Fine in fine dust jacket.
- Jacket condition
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Place of Publication
- Date published
- Houghton Mifflin,
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- Bookseller catalogs
- Asian and Asian American;
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