• Yue Daiyun is called to be officially criticized as her son is celebrating his one-month birthday.
• In 1956 Chairman Mao calls for criticism to improve the Communist Party.
• The rectification campaign of 1957 calls for eliminating subjectivism, sectarianism, and bureaucratism.
• Yue Daiyun is criticized for starting the magazine Contemporary Heroes.
• Yue Daiyun is removed from her teaching positions.
• Yue Daiyun experiences the criticism she had given others.
• Condemned as a counter-revolutionary traitor, Yue Daiyun must decide whether to confess.
• Yue Daiyun is removed from academic work and transferred to the university newspaper.
• Yue Daiyun's poem "To the Storm" says she welcomes the storm because it will bring healthy change.
• Beida is required to uncover more than 5% of their faculty as rightists.
• As a revolutionary, Yue Daiyun had drawn a line between herself and her husband's family.
• Yue Daiyun is sent to the country as punishment, after a seven-month...
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