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Blood Red Sunset: A Memoir of the Chinese Cultural Revolution

by Ma Bo

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''Blood-Red Sunset'' is a different sort of work altogether. It neither glosses over the true historical picture nor attempts to come to the defense of any individuals. It has been successful in echoing the realities of contemporary China because even though it provides only a glimpse of the Cultural Revolution, it is a genuine, no-holds-barred, unadorned piece of writing that reveals the nature of certain Chinese realities experienced by people who were born prior to the Cultural Revolution yet somehow managed to survive it.
 
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1n 1968 a raging tide of youth, a raging tide of hot blood, a raging tide of innocence surged towards the countryside, the mountains, and the vast wildernesses.
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