Crossing the Sea
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CROSSING THE SEA
published by Anansi
On June 4, 1989, the day of the Tiananmen Square massacre, DuoDuo left China for England, and bore witness to the atrocities he had seen. Since then, he has lived in exile. Crossing the Sea shows the development of his work from the first days of the Cultural Revolution to the clamping down that led to the events of June 1989 and to his exile. It is, without a doubt, the best selection of this important poet's work to appear to date, in any translation.
- paperback: 122 pages
- product dimensions: 142 x 216 mm