Carolyn See is Professor Emerita at UCLA, author of nine books, a Guggenheim Fellow, and has been a contributor to the Post for close to 40 years. She likes to think of herself as a sinner.
The horrors of China’s one-child policy are graphically exposed in this angry novel.
An American missionary sets out to find his kidnapped son in northwestern China.
A powerful debut novel about misery in the South pushes us to think about the bargains we make with life.
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