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Buck's other books on Chinese life are The Patriot (1939), which is about the revolutionary movement in Shanghai in the late 1920s; Pavilion of Women (1946), which is about a strong-willed Madame Wu who at forty provides a concubine for her still sexually active husband; Peony (1948), which is about a Chinese Jew; Kinfolk (1949), which is about the dilemma of cultural dichotomy affecting native-Chinese Dr.

Liang, who teaches Chinese philosophy at a New York college; Imperial Woman (1956), which is an historical novel about Tzu Hsi (1834-1908) the last ruling Empress of China; and The Three Daughters of Madame Liang (1969), which chronicles the return of three young women to Communist China after being educated in the United States.

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