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CliffsNotes at the strong Earth explores writer Pearl S. Buck’s perception into the lives of the chinese language humans, rather the peasant population.

Following the tale of a chinese language farmer who represents the common cultivator – person who is familiar with that his riches and safety come from the great earth itself, this examine consultant offers summaries and important commentaries for every bankruptcy in the novel.  different positive factors that assist you determine this significant paintings include

  • Personal heritage at the author
  • Introduction to and synopsis of the book
  • In-depth personality analyses for the 2 relevant figures, Wang Lung and spouse O-Lan
  • Critical essays at the chinese language practices of foot binding and concubinage
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