Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary and Analysis

Jung's father is arrested by men who show no identification and have no arrest warrants. No one questions who they are but Jung's grandmother also can't bring herself to say the "police" arrested Chang Shou-yu. As De-hong prepares to go to Peking to appeal for the release of her husband, she's confronted by students Yan and Yong who want her banned from the train on the basis that "she's not one of us". She yells back that she's going to Peking to appeal against the Tings and the students—who are looking for a way to bring down the Tings—allow her on board. She address Premier Zhou while he's holding an audience with the students and says that her husband had some "erroneous" views but that he had every right to write the letter to Mao. Zhou gives...

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