Graham Peck (1914-1968) made his first trip to China in 1935 and served with the U.S. Office of War Information in China throughout the 1940s. His memoir, Two Kinds of Time, first published in 1950, is witty and eloquent in both its words and the drawings with which it is lovingly illustrated. Long out of print in its unabridged version, this engagingly written eye-witness narrative of China on th...
Paperback: 734 pages
Publisher: University of Washington Press; 1st University of Washington Press Edition edition (October 15, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1.8 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 1278879
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Reading this book deepens our understanding of what was really happening in China during the Japanese/Kuomintang era. Graham Peck was there, and he traveled around and got a first-hand look at many viewpoints and how the events that were taking place...
volution remains an important source of historical and political information. Robert A. Kapp's new Introduction analyzes the book's original contribution and highlights its relevance to issues in the twenty-first century world.