China Looks at the World. Reflections for a Dialogue: Eight Letters to T’ang-lin

GEOFFROY-DECHAUME, Francois
London: 1967

Stock Code: 000147

Mr Geoffroy-Dechaume’s aim in this book has been to interpret the Chinese revolution in new terms. An important theme that he develops is that the revolution should be considered as a challenge to the West (Russia included) in all fields of life – not merely in politics and economics but also in technology, psychology, art, thought and religion.

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China Looks at the World: Reflections for a Dialogue: Eight Letters to T’ang-lin.
Includes Index. Black cloth covers, gilt title on spine.

Condition: Very Good. Dust jacket Very Good, not price clipped, worn at top/tail of spine and edges, a little discoloured on back margins. Surface abrasion at top of front free endpaper.

Book Publishing Details
Author:Francois Geoffroy-Dechaume
Illustrator:
Full title:China Looks at the World: Reflections for a Dialogue: Eight Letters to T’ang-lin
Publisher:Faber and Faber, London
Year Printed:1967
Edition:First Edition
Binding:Hardcover
ISBN:No ISBN
Language:English
Category:Politics & Government
Size:225mm Tall, 8vo
Pages:237
Stock Codes:000147
Links:The Rise of China: How Economic Reform is Creating a New Superpower
Keywords:History, China, Politics/Political Science, Chinese Revolution, Buddhism, Christianity, Mao Tse-tung, Marxism, Pascal, Tao, Taoism,

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Weight0.53 kg
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Dust Jacket