Notes From China

Written by:
Barbara W. Tuchman
Narrated by:
Rita Knox

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2008
2 hours 52 minutes
'Two hundred years ago China's imperial rulers sensed a threat to a past-oriented society in the dynamism of the West and tried to frustrate foreign entry.'- Foreign Devils ... 'Today, one cannot escape the impression that if only it were not for world pressures Maoist China like that of the Ming and the Manchus would be happier if it could withdraw into the broad isolation of the Middle Kingdom.' - Ping-Pong ... Just one year after China's long-closed doors reopened to the West in 1971, Barbara Tuchman journeyed through its cities and countryside drawing the human face on this inscrutable giant. 'A creative writer's sense of drama and a scholar's obeisance to the evidence.' -New York Times
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