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Jiang Qing (19 March – 14 May ), also known as Madame Mao, was a Chinese Communist Revolutionary, actress, and major political figure during the Cultural Revolution (–76). She was the fourth wife of Mao Zedong, the Chairman of the Communist Party and Paramount leader of used the stage name Lan Ping (藍蘋) during her acting career (which ended in ), and was Cause of death: Suicide by hanging. Ross Terrill, The White-Boned Demon: A Biography of Madame Mao Zedong. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., Writing on the topic of Chinese history is both exciting and daunting. On the one hand, excitement is warranted when one views huge, yawning gaps that need to filled – like Sino-French relations in the.
During the Cultural Revolution, Jiang earned her nickname, the White-Boned Demon, taking glory in wiping out her enemies, sending her former critics to their deaths. While Min shows this side of Jiang, she often eclipses extraordinary historical events -- such as the Great Leap Forward, which caused famines that left some 30 million people dead. In prose that alternates from third person to first, she attempts to take us into the mind of this strange and devious woman, illuminate her times, and provide a human dimension to the "white boned demon," this woman who shared Mao's bed, mothered one of his children and became the instigator of one of the most disastrous experiments in 5/5(5).
Anchee Min's new novel, Becoming Madame Mao (Mariner Books), is a triumph of historical fiction. In Min's skillful hands, the "white-boned demon," as Madame Mao is known, is given flesh and blood. The myths surrounding her are systematically unraveled to reveal a woman motivated by ambition, fueled by revenge, and tortured by her unrequited love for Mao Zedong. In ''The White-Boned Demon,'' Ross Terrill has written a wild history of Jiang Qing, the fourth wife of Mao Zedong and arguably the most important woman in China in the 20th century. Mr.
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Are you an author. Cited by: This book is the history of Jiang Qing AKA Madame Mao who was known to her enemies as the White Boned Demon. Who started life as Li Yunhe grew up in an abusive household where her father was a well to do carpenter and her mother was a concubine who like in the book becoming Madame Mao was a victim of the old imperial China/5.
In response to: Marriage à la Mode from the Ma issue. To the Editors. Your review of The White-Boned Demon [NYR, March 15] strikes me as very small matters the authors are constantly at sea: Jiang Qing was arrested “a few months after Mao’s death”—it was three weeks; she worked “in a small theater in Qingdao”—false; the signs of their lack of sure.
Madame Mao, the White-boned Demon: A Biography of Madame Mao Zedong Ross Terrill Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. All Book Search results » About the author () Ross Terrill is a Research Associate at Harvard University's East Asian Research s: 1.
The book gets complicated because Chinese names are so foreign to westerners with many similar names and some names the same for women white-boned demon book for men. Jiang Qing is the woman's third name, taken when she becomes Mao's wife. Terrill does a valiant job of reminding the reader who someone is when he appears again in the narrative after many pages/5.
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox Pages: This is the most complete and authoritative account of the childhood and tumultuous life of Jiang Qing, from her early years as an aspiring actress to her marriage and partnership with Mao Zedong, the controversial years of power after Mao's death, her final years of.
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Madame Mao: The White-Boned Demon: Revised Edition Paperback – Jan. 1 by Ross Terrill (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings. See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from /5(6). The text of White Boned Demon was created by Leslie Mohn with the assistance of Lee Breuer, Lu Xun, and the writings of Jiang Qing and Mao Zedong.
White Boned Demon was originally developed and produced in by Red Eye Collaboration in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The production was subsequently remounted by Red Eye in New York City at Theatre for. Beginning with these facts and Jiang's trial as one of the notorious Gang of Four, Leslie Mohn has created an irreverent, freewheeling political escapade titled ''White Boned Demon.''Author: Mel Gussow.
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Raised in rural Australia, he graduated in history and political science from the University of Melbourne in and served in the Australian Army. The Hardcover of the The White-Boned Demon: A Biography of Madame Mao Zedong by Ross Terrill at Barnes & Noble.
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