Burying the bones pearl buck in china by hilary spurling burying the bones is a superb portrait of her life sun shuyun sat 17 apr 2010 1907 edt first published on sat 17 apr 2010 1907 edt. Pearl buck was raised in china by her american parents presbyterian missionaries from virginia blonde and blue eyed she looked startlingly foreign but felt as at home as her chinese companions she ran free on the grave littered grasslands behind her house often stumbling across the tiny bones of baby girls who had been suffocated at birth. Hilary spurling cbe frsl born 1940 is a british writer known as a journalist and biographer she won the whitbread prize for the second volume of her biography of henri matisse in january 2006 burying the bones pearl buck in china was published in march 2010. Burying the bones pearl buck in china by hilary spurling 352pp profile 13 plus 125 pp from telegraph books or call 0844 871 1515 book reviews. Burying the bones pearl buck in china o hilary spurling its odd that pearl s buck 1892 1973 isnt better known today as a nobel prize winning author and tireless human rights campaigner she deserves to be an icon for modern western progressives
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