Nanjing Requiem

Nanjing Requiem

Large Print - 2012
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In 1937, with the Japanese poised to invade Nanjing, Minnie Vautrin -- an American missionary and the dean of Jinling Women's College -- decides to remain at the school, convinced that her American citizenship will help her safeguard the welfare of the chinese men and women who work there. She is mistaken. The school becomes a refugee camp for over ten thousand homeless women and children, and Vautrin must struggle to intercede on their behalf.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2012
Edition: Large print ed
Description: 447 p. (large print) ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9781611733143
1611733146
Branch Call Number: LP Jin

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Aug 04, 2012

I got bored with Ha Jin's short stories in a modern setting, but I usually like historical novels.
Like most tales of misery this gets repetative, but still was a good read.

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dbed
Nov 30, 2011

I did not enjoy this book as much as previous Ha Jin novels. Perhaps Ha Jin was too emotionally involved with the topic for his usual style to come out. I found his usual rich and poetic prose to be mostly lacking from this latest book. I enjoy his writing very much, but did not find this his best novel from an artistic point of view. But from a historical view, it was extremely well written and the plot kept you throughly engrossed in spite of the horrific events being related.

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