Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution - Study Guide Writing Da-zi-bao, pgs. 38-51 Summary & Analysis

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According to the newspapers, the schools are producing revisionists, not good socialists. School classes are suspended and students are told to make posters. Ji-li and several other students can think of nothing to criticize about their teachers. Ji-li, An-Yi, and Zhang-Jie no they have to write something so they go outside to see what others have written.

The girls are amazed at what some of the students have written. They criticize the educational system and the teachers. Ji-li cannot picture her teachers in the way they are portrayed. Since she can't write anything bad about them, she copies something from the newspaper.

The students then are told to attach the posters to the houses of the bourgeoisie. Ji-li is assigned to the house of her relative, Jiang-Xi, who wears make up and dresses in American clothes. She stays at...

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