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The Fig Tree: Memoirs of a Taiwanese Patriot

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Paperback, 328 pages
Published August 1st 2002 by Authorhouse
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Wu Chuo-liu (吳濁流) (1900–1976) was an influential Taiwanese journalist and novelist. His experiences during the colonial period, including fifteen months (January 1941-March 1942) spent in China, served as an inspiration for his most famous work, Orphan of Asia, a semi-autobiographical account of the experiences of a fictional protagonist—Hu Taiming—during the course of the colonial period. This ...more
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