Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1961. Yang Chih-Kuang and Yin Kou-Liang. English translation. Hardcover. 352pp. Octavo [21.5 cm] 1/4 red and black cloth with beige paper covered boards, a gilt stamped title on the spine, and a red ink stamped title on the front cover. Very good, with a fragile binding. The spine and top edges of the covers are sun faded. The edges of the covers are gently bumped and rubbed, and the spine is ever so slightly rolled. The pages are mildly yellowed. Item #26713
Translated by Derek Bryan. About the Author- "In the winter of 1931, on the recommendation of a schoolmate, he [Li-Po] obtained a job as a proofreader in a Shanghai printing house. In 1932, he was arrested by the Kuomintang reactionaries for taking part in a strike at the press and was sentenced to two and a half years in prison. Released in 1934, he joined the China League of Left-Wing Writers and was admitted to the Communist Party of China. After that, he held a number of posts, as editor of magazines and newspapers, war correspondent, English translator, teacher at Lu Hsun Arts Institute in Yenan and head of the Editing and Translation Department of the same institute."