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035    (OCoLC)1134757147 
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       38301|nSAN 631-8630 
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100 1  Yan, Lianke,|d1958-|eauthor. 
240 10 Wo yu fu bei.|lEnglish 
245 10 Three brothers :|bmemories of my family /|cYan Lianke ; 
       translated from the Chinese by Carlos Rojas. 
250    First Grove Atlantic hardcover edition. 
264  1 New York :|bGrove Press,|c2020. 
300    xiv, 209 pages ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Originally published in Chinese: Wo yu fubei. China : 
       Yunan People's Press, 2009. 
520    "In this heartfelt, intimate memoir, Yan Lianke brings the
       reader into his childhood home in Song County in Henan 
       Province, painting a vivid portrait of rural China in the 
       1960s and '70s and chronicling the extraordinary lives of 
       his father and uncles, as well as his own. Yan's parents 
       are so poor that they can only afford to use wheat flour 
       on New Year and festival days, and as a child he dreams of
       fried scallion buns, and once steals from his father to 
       buy a sesame seed cake. Yan yearns to leave the village, 
       however he can, and soon novels become an escape. He 
       resolves to become a writer himself after reading on the 
       back of a novel that its author was given leave to remain 
       in the city of Harbin after publishing her book. In the 
       evenings, after finishing back-breaking shifts hauling 
       stones at a cement factory, sometimes sixteen hours long, 
       he sets to work writing. A career in the Army ultimately 
       allows Yan to escape village life, but he is filled with 
       regrets as he recalls these years of scarcity, turmoil, 
       and poverty. A powerful portrait of the trials of daily 
       life, as well as a philosophical meditation on grief, 
       death, home, and fate, and gleaming throughout with Yan's 
       quick wit and gift for imagery, Three Brothers is a 
       personal portrait of a politically devastating period, and
       a celebration of the power of the family to hold together 
       even in the harshest circumstances"--|cProvided by 
600 10 Yan, Lianke,|d1958-|xFamily. 
600 17 Yan, Lianke,|d1958-|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00317566 
650  7 Families.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01728849 
651  0 Henan Sheng (China)|vBiography. 
651  7 China|zHenan Sheng.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01212204 
655  7 Biographies.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01919896 
700 1  Rojas, Carlos,|d1970-|etranslator. 
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Location Call No. Status
 Bloomfield, Prosser Library - Adult Department  BIOG. YAN, L.    Storage
 Farmington, Main Library - Adult Department  B YAN LIANKE    Check Shelf
 Manchester, Main Library - Non Fiction  B YAN, LIANKE    Check Shelf
 Mansfield, Main Library - Adult Nonfiction  895.1352 YAN    DUE 04-24-24
 West Hartford, Noah Webster Library - Biographies  B YAN LIANKE Y    Check Shelf
 Windsor, Main Library - Adult Department  B-YAN, L.    Check Shelf