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Journey through the White Terror: A Daughter's Memoir (2 Ed.)

Journey through the White Terror: A Daughter's Memoir (2 Ed.)

作者 : Kang-i Sun Chang

作者 : 孫康宜

出版社 : 國立臺灣大學出版中心

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Kang-i Sun Chang is Malcolm G. Chace ’56 Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures at Yale University. In her memoir, Journey Through the White Terror, she tells the powerful story of her father Paul Sun (1919-2007). Along with numerous others, Sun was imprisoned more than 60 years ago during the “White Terror”, the decade following the withdrawal of Chiang Kai-shek’s Nationalist government from Mainland China to Taiwan in mid-December 1949. During this time, the Nationalist government implemented a policy of “better to kill ten thousand by mistake than to set one free by oversight,” and as a result, many innocent civilians such as the author’s father became victims of ferocious searches and persecutions. At the time of her father’s arrest, Prof. Chang was not quite six years old; when her father returned home, she was almost sixteen. Having witnessed the injustice of her father’s imprisonment and the freedom their family later enjoyed in America, she felt compelled to write this story.
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Written by Kang-i Sun Chang/translated by Kang-i Sun Chang,/Matthew Towns

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