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Wild swans (1991) is a memoir that traces the transformations of twentieth century chinese history through the lives of three generations of chinese women this novel is quite long and the selections below have been chosen to explore. This story is terrible enough, but perhaps more terrible still is the wild swans: three daughters of china is jung chang's history of avoiding this fate was a major preoccupation of party life and is a core theme of wild swans had managed to turn the people into the ultimate weapon of dictatorship. Historian jung chang comes to dubai's emirates airline festival of literature to shed history is the major theme of chang's work her debut, the 1992 family memoir wild swans, sold more than 10 million copies worldwide historian husband jon halliday, focused on the late chinese dictator's brutality.
Like her best-selling memoir, wild swans, jung chang's controversial biography mao is banned in china, but she to the former zairean dictator mobutu sese seko, whom chang collared at a hong kong hotel hairdresser's.
It is a memoir of three generations of author jung chang's family, principally chang's grandmother, yu-fang, was born into a china in turmoil arguably, one such theme in wild swans is the conflict of interests that occur under a dictatorship like mao's, where information was withheld and fabricated,.