Una Hoja En La Tormenta / A Leaf in the Storm (Best Sellers)
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Una Hoja En La Tormenta / A Leaf in the Storm (Best Sellers)

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En su novela Una hoja en la tormenta Lin Yutang nos ofrece un cuadro vivo de la China contemporanea. En medio de las escenas de combate y del exodo de millones de seres, tres entranables personajes viven un drama de intensa emocion: Poya, joven y rico, analiza la guerra criticamente; Lao Peng, un budista austero, se interesa solo por los seres humanos, y Malin, bella y mis...more
Paperback, 443 pages
Published December 30th 2006 by Debolsillo (first published 1941)
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Julia Alvarez
Excelente libro !!! Narra una época turbulenta sin dramatismo ni golpes bajos. La volveré a leer porque la disfrute mucho.
Slow reading. But enjoyable all the same. It has a lot of descriptions and historical details, which makes it even more interesting.
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Prolific writer of a wide variety of works in Chinese and English; in the 1930s he founded several Chinese magazines specializing in social satire and Western-style journalism.

Lin, the son of a Chinese Presbyterian minister, was educated for the ministry but renounced Christianity in his early 20s and became a professor of English. He traveled to the United States and Europe for advanced study; on...more
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