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'Bi Feiyu's account of three sisters struggling to survive in the aftermath of China's Cultural Revolution is a complex moral tale that also illuminates the country's rise from sleeping tiger to global power' Independent 'An unyielding critique of the emotional fallout of China's Cultural Revolution' Metro 'This is a China that few Westerners know. Bi Feiyu makes it real and believable in this charming, surprising novel.' Washington Post 'One of China's best contemporary novelists, Bi Feiyu has created an insightful portrait of China during the past half a century with a tale both epic and intimate. Three Sisters is an important novel.' Yiyun Li, author of THE VAGRANTS 'A thrilling family epic that depicts China's dispossessed longings and love' Xiaolu Guo, author of A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers 'A valuable document to aid our understanding of daily life as it is carried on in recent times of terror.' Le Temps 'Brilliantly confirms Bi Feiyu's status as a highly accomplished writer.' La Vie Ouvriere
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Bi Feiyu was born in 1964 in Xinghua, in the province of Jiangsu, China. He is the recipient of many literary prizes, including the Lu Xun Prize in 1996. He co-wrote the film Shanghai Triad, which was directed by acclaimed Chinese director Zhang Yimou. His novel, The Moon Opera, was published by Telegram in 2007.