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The Columbia anthology of modern Chinese literature

Lau, Joseph S. M., 1934- (Added Author). Goldblatt, Howard, 1939- (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9780231138413 (pbk.)
  • Physical Description: xliv, 737 pages ; 24 cm.
    print
  • Edition: Second edition.
  • Publisher: 2007

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note: pt. 1. Fiction, 1918-1949 -- pt. 2. Fiction, 1949-1976 -- pt. 3. Fiction since 1976 -- pt. 4. Poetry, 1918-1949 -- pt. 5. Poetry, 1949-1976 -- pt. 6. Poetry since 1976 -- pt. 7. Essays, 1918-1949 -- pt. 8. Essays, 1949-1976 -- pt. 9. Essays since 1976.
Summary, etc.: Beautiful, seductive and extremely dangerous, Franca Tantardini is one of Italy's most ruthless political extremists. When she is captured in a shoot-out, her fanatical young lover, Giancarlo Battestini, vows to set her free and, with quiet watchfulness, waits for the moment to strike. In Rome, a British businessman, Geoffery Harrison, has been taken hostage by a ruthless organised crime syndicate - kidnap is, after all, a growth industry. The British Government are adamant that they will not pay the two-million-dollar ransom and discharge responsibility to the Italian police. As political wrangling takes hold, Battestini sees a weakness and realises that the only way to secure the release of his beloved Franca is to capture Harrison and bargain his life for hers. The authorities are confronted with a terrible choice. Should they release a woman who has masterminded the murder of so many or let an innocent man die?
Subject: Chinese literature -- 20th century -- Translations into English

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Stamford 895.1 Colum 38080500356918 Adult Available -

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