Published March 1, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
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The Red Azalea provides the Western reader with some valuable insights into the tenacious survival of modern Chinese poetry. Change and upheaval have not stifled the Muse. Red Azalea () is a memoir by Chinese-America author Anchee Min. Min was nine years old when Mao Zedong implemented a series of economic and social changes throughout China that collectively became known as the Cultural Revolution (). The book was praised for its straightforward diction that reflected the Mandarin language. "Azalea" is a very fast, engaging and satisfying read. The plot develops swiftly, with some twists and surprises, the characters are likeable. The book keeps you reading to find out whether Azalea will finally find love with her beloved and how she will manage to do it. Definitely a book /5(11). Red Azalea is a memoir of Chinese American writer Anchee Min (b. ). It was written during the first eight years she spent in the United States, from to , and tells the story of her personal experience during the Cultural Revolution.