Pamela Dell's A Song for Sung Li: A Story about the San Francisco PDF

By Pamela Dell

Sung Li, a tender woman who longs for a relations to like and settle for her, tells the tale of the old 1906 earthquake. via her eyes, readers find out about her tough kin existence, concerning the loss a number of the chinese language skilled in this interval, concerning the devastation town suffered, and in regards to the human desire for desire and new beginnings.

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