FICTION

The Review
6 May 2012

The Little Red Guard by Huang Wenguang Riverhead Books Mark O’neill “At the age of nine, I slept next to a coffin that Father had made for Grandma’s 73rd birthday. He forbade us from calling it a ‘coffin’ and insisted that we refer to it as ‘shou mu’,…read more…

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