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Fire in Heaven by Malcolm Bosse
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Fire in Heaven (edition 1986)

by Malcolm Bosse (Author)

Series: Chinese Warlord (2)

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Title:Fire in Heaven
Authors:Malcolm Bosse (Author)
Info:Bantam (1986), Edition: First Thus, 738 pages
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And so it was I entered the broken world
To trace the visionary company of love, its voice
An instant in the wind (I know not whither hurled)
But not for long to hold each desperate choice.
-------- Hart Crane
Even a wise man acts in accordance with his own nature. Beings will follow their own nature. What can restraint do?
--------------The Bhagavad Gita
The call of the wild geese brings no news.
The road's too long for my dreams to reach home.
The grief of separation is like springtime grass:
However far I wander, I find it growing still.
-------------Li Yu
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Heaving out of the muddy pond, a long gray cylinder comes slowly up the bank.
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In 1948 Philip Embree travels to Burma and Thailand to repay emotional debts and again becomes involved with Vera Rogacheva, former mistress of General Tang, and the woman Embree loves.
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