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Three Daughters of Madame Liang by Pearl Sydenstricker Buck

Three Daughters of Madame Liang

Description : Restaurant owner Madam Liang, having sent her three daughters to America to be educated and to escape the coming Communist revolution in China, refuses herself to flee to safety even though her decision could end her life.

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Authors : Pearl Sydenstricker Buck

Published Date : 1969

Publisher : Moyer Bell and Its Subsidiaries

ISBN : 1559210400

Page : 315 Pages

Categories : Fiction

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