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Revolution is not a dinner party [sound recording] / Ying Chang Compestine.
Description: 4 sound discs (ca. 72 min. each) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Publisher: New York : Random House/Listening Library, p2007.
1 of 2 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
0 of 1 copy available at Melrose.
Summary: Starting in 1972 when she is nine years old, Ling, the daughter of two doctors, struggles to make sense of the communists' Cultural Revolution, which empties stores of food, homes of appliances deemed "bourgeois," and people of laughter.
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Revolution is not a dinner party [downloadable audiobook] / Ying Chang Compestine.
Publisher: New York : Listening Library, 2007.
Summary: Drawing from her childhood experience, Ying Chang Compestine brings hope and humor to this compelling story for all ages about a girl fighting to survive during the Cultural Revolution in China. Nine-year-old Ling is very comfortable in her life; her parents are both dedicated surgeons in the best hospital in Wuhan. But when Comrade Li, one of Mao's political officers, moves into a room in their apartment, Ling begins to witness the gradual disintegration of her world. In an atmosphere of increasing mistrust, Ling fears for the safety of her neighbors and, soon, for herself and family. Over the course of four years, Ling manages to grow and blossom, even as she suffers more horrors than many people face in a lifetime.
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Revolution is not a dinner party : a novel / Ying Chang Compestine.
Description: 248 p. : ill., maps ; 20 cm.
Publisher: New York : Square Fish, 2009, c2007.
15 of 17 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
14 of 16 copies available at Melrose.
Summary: Starting in 1972 when she is nine, Ling, the daughter of two doctors, struggles to make sense of the communists' Cultural Revolution, which empties stores of food, homes of appliances deemed "bourgeois," and people of laughter.
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