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!Download Book ♼ Cheng Nan Jiu Shi ⚇ Memories of Old Peking portrays the adult world in Peking of the s as seen through the eyes of a little girl The five sequential stories in the book are well constructed in terms of theme and character development and, as such, can be read as a novelThe stories differ greatly from many other books on life in China, whether they are about the olden times or the present day, in that they do not dwell on politics, nor do they try to make any statements regarding set beliefs of any kind The stories are simple and direct Through the eyes and innocent mind of the child, we are let into her world and her feeling and cannot but be movedThe author is well known for her perception and humor, and both these qualities inform her stories The sense of loss and bewilderment which arouses the child s awareness of the uncertainties of human relationships, even of life itself, and which finally catapults the child away from childhood joys into the sorrows of the adult world is handled with great sensitivity and lyricism Read it on tube journeys in Summer 2017 The book is a reflection of the Beijing society in 1920s from the perspective of an innocent child Strong contrast of tragegic nature of events with the innocent mind of a child Miss the old Beijing. a melancholy chronicling of one girl s childhood in five tragic, well rounded stories the protagonist s narration is both innocent and wise, endearing in a childlike sort of way, and hard to forget it was impossible not to sympathize with the characters, which made it all evenheartbreaking when i watch their sad little lives unfold through the masterful, simplistic storytelling i would ve given this a much higher rating if i wasn t reading for chinese class, The Literal Bane Of My Goddy a melancholy chronicling of one girl s childhood in five tragic, well rounded stories the protagonist s narration is both innocent and wise, endearing in a childlike sort of way, and hard to forget it was impossible not to sympathize with the characters, which made it all evenheartbreaking when i watch their sad little lives unfold through the masterful, simplistic storytelling i would ve given this a much higher rating if i wasn t reading for chinese class, The Literal Bane Of My Goddydamned Life My favorite book My favorite book are too many, but I choose this book because this book is write about children Is so good This book protagonist is four or five boys, four girls, the boys parents and six teacher The book write many things about five boys and four girls, the five boys was very naughty, the most naughty boy was he always go to the teacher office, he always do bad things, and the teacher was so angry The all book write about the children s in the school and in the My favorite book My favorite book are too many, but I choose this book because this book is write about children Is so good This book protagonist is four or five boys, four girls, the boys parents and six teacher The book write many things about five boys and four girls, the five boys was very naughty, the most naughty boy was he always go to the teacher office, he always do bad things, and the teacher was so angry The all book write about the children s in the school and in the home things Sometime is funny, and sometime is no funny The teacher always call the father come to school, the teacher want call he mother come to the school, but he mother don t want go to the school I like the this book so much, this book have 24 books, is so good, I like this books I love this book because I grown up in Beijing and fully understand the environment and language the author used Actually, it is a throwback for me to my childhood The story is sad but the language is soft and warm. heres a little summary of this book, although my Chinese isn t on point, I ll try to summarize most of it I read this out of a task set by my Mandarin teacher right after finishing Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi and the Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown To be frank, I disliked the slow pace of this book in comparison to the drama and intensity I familiarized myself with previous reading I was even kind of dreading it I trod on regardless And here I am Touched to the core, lying with a face streaked with tears I wasn t expecting to identify with the author s childhood, as it is apparent that we I read this out of a task set by my Mandarin teacher right after finishing Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi and the Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown To be frank, I disliked the slow pace of this book in comparison to the drama and intensity I familiarized myself with previous reading I was even kind of dreading it I trod on regardless And here I am Touched to the core, lying with a face streaked with tears I wasn t expecting to identify with the author s childhood, as it is apparent that we are the products of different eras well I m 16 Yet, Lin s writing, one of such simplicity is so powerful She writes like a seagull flying across the sea, a sea so blue the young Lin in the book wouldn t be able to distinguish from the equally blue sky, gracefully sliding over the surface of the glittering water She writes with such elegance and innocence, and I, who knew so little about appreciating was resenting how she buried the clues to the ending so carelessly I was constantly going oh my goodness you re so predictable and every time I was surprised by how each chapter is drawn to a close, to different extents Old is gold Just as they always say Love it Reminds me that my faith in my culture can always be restored through books like this Cheers