Recent Books on China

Bates, Ralph
April 1944
New Republic;4/3/44, Vol. 110 Issue 14, p474
Book Review
Reviews some books on China. "The Making of Modern China," by Owen and Eleanor Lattimore; "The China Handbook: 1937-1943"; "Traditional Chinese Tales," translated by Chi-Chen Wang; "Contemporary Chinese Stories," translated by Chi-Chen Wang.


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