A REVOLUTION IS NOT A DINNER PARTY, A Feast of Images of the Maoist Transformation of China,

By: Richard H Solomon, with

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A REVOLUTION IS NOT A DINNER PARTY, A Feast of Images of the Maoist Transformation of China, by Richard H Solomon, with collaboration of Talbott W Huey
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Anchor Press, publishers, New York - ISBN:0385096658, 1975. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. Jacket edges show minor wear. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Like most stereotypes, many media images of China reduce the complexities of Chinese culture and history to terms that most others understand; this book explores such stereotypes of China through a combination of pictures and text and presents a series of alternative themes for interpreting the Chinese revolution and Mao Tse-tungs's leadership in the context of the country's own culture and history.

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