By Pearl S. Buck
A residence Divided, the 3rd quantity of the trilogy that begun with The strong Earth and Sons, is a robust portrayal of China in the course of revolution. Wang Yuan is stuck among the opposing rules of alternative generations. After 6 years overseas, Yuan returns to China in the course of a peasant rebellion. His cousin is a captain within the innovative military, his sister has scandalized the kin through her premarital being pregnant, and his warlord father maintains to hold to his conventional beliefs. it's via Yuan's efforts type of peace is restored to the kinfolk.
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Expenditure has gone down a bit. Since the Argoud affair all the heroes of the CNR have gone to ground in cheap hotels. They seem to have lost their taste for the fivestar palaces and the television interviews. On the other hand its is down to a trickle. As you said there must be some action or we shall be finished for lack of funds. » Rodin nodded grimly. «I thought so. We have to raise some money from somewhere. » Rodin glanced at both men in turn. Both nodded. Rodin glanced at his watch. «It is now just after one o'clock.
It is impossible to make such enquiries without the news of them soon getting back to the man being asked about. Naturally I wished to know who was so interested in me. It could have been someone seeking revenge, or wishing to employ me. It was important to me to know. As soon as I discovered the identity of the organisation interested in me, two days among the French newspaper files in the British Museum were enough to tell me about you and your organisation. So the visit of your little errand boy this afternoon was hardly a surprise.
The centre of the city was ablaze with lights and choked with cars so it was not until forty minutes later that the taxi arrived at the Pension Kleist. «This is where we part. I was told to bring you here, but to take the taxi somewhere else. You are to go straight up to room 64. » The Englishman nodded and got out of the car. The driver turned enquiringly to the Frenchman. «Drive on,» he said, and the taxi disappeared down the street. The Englishman glanced up at the old Gothic writing of the street name-plate, then the square Roman capitals above the door of the Pension Kleist.
A House Divided (House of Earth Series, Book 3) by Pearl S. Buck