Zhang Wei's first novel-length publication tells the story of a noble Chinese clan and the unrest, disturbance, and tragedy it experiences over the course of more than a century, in particular focusing on the sufferings and sacrifices, the perseverance and regrets, that have arisen post-1947. Since its publication, no other novel has surpassed it in terms of narrative heights, ability to stun, or thematic direction. It was regarded by the great Taiwanese critic Chen Xiaolin as "e;the greatest novel since the May Fourth Movement of 1919."e; Sales have not slackened over the past thirty decades, now totaling more than 1.2 million copies.
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