The Family

Pa Chin     1931     329p     5 x 7

This autobiographical novel deals with internal tensions of an upper-middle class family during the New Culture Movement of 1920s China. While many contemporary radicals pay little-to-no mind of the family as a repressive institution (perhaps because of its increasing defuse or subversive forms), Pa Chin’s critque made him a counter-culture icon to the youth of 1930s China.



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