《Mao_ A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) – Davin, Delia》-azw3,mobi,epub,pdf,txt,kindle电子书免费下载

《Mao_ A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) – Davin, Delia》-azw3,mobi,epub,pdf,txt,kindle电子书免费下载

内容简介:

Ideal for anyone wishing to know more about one of the most defining figures of the 20th century Asian history

Fascinating story of Mao's life - from his childhood to his time as leader of China

Considers Mao the man as well as Mao the leader - exploring the major events in his life and his revolutionary writings

Examines the events that led to the Cultural Revolution and its historical impact

Part of the bestselling Very Short Introductions series - over five million copies sold worldwide

As a giant of 20th century history, Mao Zedong played many roles: peasant revolutionary, patriotic leader against the Japanese occupation, Marxist theoretician, modernizer, and visionary despot. This Very Short Introduction chronicles Mao's journey from peasant child to ruler of the most populous nation on Earth. He was a founder of both the Chinese Communist Party and the Red Army, and for many years he fought on two fronts, for control of the Party and in an armed struggle for the Party's control of the country. His revolution unified China and began its rise to world power status. He was the architect of the Great Leap Forward that he hoped would make China both prosperous and egalitarian, but instead ended in economic disaster resulting in millions of deaths. It was Mao's growing suspicion of his fellow leaders that led him to launch the Cultural Revolution, and his last years were dogged by ill-health and his despairing attempts to find a successor whom he trusted.

Delia Davin provides an invaluable introduction to Mao, showing him in all his complexity; ruthless, brutal, and ambitious, a man of enormous talent and perception, yet a leader who is still detested by some and venerated by others.

作者简介:

Delia Davin, Emeritus Professor of Chinese Studies, University of Leeds

Delia Davin taught at Leeds University from 1988 until her retirement in 2004, where she is now emeritus professor of Chinese Studies. Her research interests were focussed on women and gender issues in China and she is the author of Womanwork, Women and the Party in Revolutionary China (OUP, 1976). She wrote some of the earliest studies of the single child policy in China and with other colleagues she translated and edited Chinese Lives, an oral history of contemporary China (Penguin, 1989). Her abiding interest in Mao Zedong and the history of Maoist China was inspired by her experience of living in Beijing.

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