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A portrait of the mid-twentieth-century scientist and adventurer traces his British government mission to China, his love affair with visiting student Lu Gwei-Djen, and his pivotal influence on the western world's understanding of China's culture and history. Simultaneous.
"[T]here is much to learn from THE MAN WHO LOVED CHINA, an enjoyable, breezy read, well suited for reading on the chaise longue, gin-and-tonic in hand."
Andrew Leonard, Salon, 05/19/2008
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