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Critical Essay by Kirkus Reviews [Spring Moon] so diverts, pleasures, and instructs with decorative cultural addenda (in glossy, uncluttered prose) that it doesn't seem to matter too much that ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Ronald Nevans [Spring Moon] one of the most remarkable novels ever to explain the East to the West, follows the history of a Mandarin Chinese family…. Through the eyes of Spri... Read more
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Critical Essay by Katherine Paterson [In Spring Moon Lord uses] an introductory section at the beginning of each chapter. This section may relate a bit of history, folklore, a family story, or a few l... Read more
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Critical Essay by Joey Bonner Bette Bao Lord's ambitious new novel, Spring Moon, is a family saga which … attempts to paint a portrait of the Chinese revolution of this century. In keepi... Read more
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Critical Essay by Charlotte Curtis Chinese mandarin households are virtually unknown in the United States except to a handful of scholars. Pearl Buck's best-selling novels dealt mostly with pea... Read more
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Critical Essay by Enid Saunders Candlin This extraordinarily good novel [Spring Moon: A Novel of China] presents a panorama of those events which have precipitated China from one crisis to another dur... Read more
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Critical Essay by Christopher Lehmann-haupt There is cause to have high hopes for Bette Bao Lord's historical fiction, "Spring Moon: A Novel of China." If nothing else, there is t... Read more