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About Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck in China by
Call Number: PS3503.U198.Z845 2010 (Basement Level)
The biographer unearths the life and work of Nobel Prize winner Pearl Buck, whose novels captured ordinary life in China.
Pearl S. Buck by
Call Number: PS3503.U198.Z624 1996 (Basement Level)
One of the most popular novelists of the twentieth century, winner of a Pulitzer and Nobel Prize for Literature and an active social and political campaigner, particularly in the field of women's issues and Asian-American relations.
Chinese Culture & Society
Call Number: GF656.M37 2012 (3rd Floor)
This book provides a comprehensive and comprehensible history of China from prehistory to the present. Focusing on the interaction of humans and their environment, Robert B. Marks traces changes in the physical and cultural world that is home to a quarter of humankind.
The Economy of China by
Call Number: eBook 2010
'By examining the institutional reforms used to make the transition, Yueh provides a comprehensive and exceptionally insightful analysis of economic change in what has become the world's second biggest economy. . . Highly recommended.'- C.A. Haulman, Choice