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First English edition. 416 pp. An account of the author's 10,000 mile journey through China in the late 1950's and early 1960's 'to take a closer look at her social and economic awakening'. Accounts of visits to communes, factories, schools, hospitals, prisons and law courts, talking to peasants, workers, intellectuals and civil servants. Purple boards with silver lettering on spine. Top edge yellow. Overall condition VG+. In VG illustrated dust wrapper.
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- The Wall Has two Sides - A Portrait of China Today
- Greene, Felix:
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- London: Jonathan Cape, 1962.
- China, Hong Kong, Peking, Commune,
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