To the Storm: The Odyssey of a Revolutionary Chinese Woman - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Yue Daiyun
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Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

The Four Clean-Ups Campaign gathers momentum in early 1965. Yue Daiyun however is relieved of teaching her composition class. She has assigned a high grade to an essay written by Wang Ming who wrote about government policy mistakes because of the impatience to achieve communism. Her colleagues maintain that the issue is class struggle and this would be the situation she would face in the coming years. She becomes caught in the middle of a power struggle with the education system. Yue Daiyun is again removed from teaching.

Yue Daiyun admits she was confused during the Four Clean-Ups Campaign, not knowing which policies are correct. In addition, the family has to adjust after Tang Yongtang's death. They have to let go of some of the household help which means that Yue Daiyun has to assume some of these responsibilities. Her parents move...

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