Red Scarf Girl
A Memoir of the Cultural RevolutioneBook - 1997
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The autobiography of a teenager's life in China during the Cultural Revolution in the late 1960s.
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"...As soon as I said it, I realized that I had made my promise to them--to everyone in my family--long ago. I had promised during the days that Grandma and I had hidden in the park; I had promised when I had not testified against Dad; I had promised when I had hidden the letter. I would never do anything to hurt my family, and I would do everything I could to take care of them. My family was too precious to forget, and too rare to replace..." (p. 262-263)
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