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Written on water.

C. Tomlinson

Written on water.

by C. Tomlinson

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Published .
Written in English


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In "Written on Water," first published in and now available for the first time in English, Chang offers essays on art, literature, war, and urban life, as well as autobiographical reflections. Chang takes in the sights and sounds of wartime Shanghai and Hong Kong, with the tremors of national upheaval and the drone /5.

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