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The unbending dictates of Communist China pit one generation against another in this lyrical and heartrending story of a family's 15-year struggle to honor a grandmother's final wish.
Wenguang Huang, who grew up in northern China, is a Chicago-based writer and translator. His writing has appeared in The Paris Review, Harper’s, The Christian Science Monitor,the Chicago Tribune, and the Asia Literary Review. He is the English translator of Liao Yiwu’s The Corpse Walker and God is Red and Yang Xianhui’s Woman from Shanghai.