China during the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976: A Selected Bibliography of English Language Works

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VI
Biographies, Memoirs, and Firsthand Observations

A. BIOGRAPHIES

1. Mao Zedong and His Works
796. Brugger Bill. China: radicalism to revisionism, 1962-1979. London: Croom helm, 1981. 275 p.

Examines the way in which Mao Zedong governed and the fluctuations in his attitude.

797. Chang Hsin-cheng. The little red book and current Chinese language. Berkeley: Center for Chinese Studies, University of California, 1968. 58 p. A study of Mao Zedong linguistic style as exemplified in "Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung." It is the Monograph no. 13 of the series "Studies in Chinese Communist Terminology."
798. Eternal glory to the great leader and teacher Chairman Mao Tsetung. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1976. 40 p.

Contents include: Message to the whole party, the whole army, and the people of all nationalities throughout the country; Memorial speech; Decision on the establishment of a memorial hall for the great leader and teacher Chairman Mao Tsetung.

799. Fitzgerald. C. P. ( Charles Patrick). Mao Tsetung and China. Harmonsworth, England; New York: Penguin Books. 1977. 197 p.

A biography of Mao Zedong covering his entire life.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • I - Documents and Reference Works 1
  • II - General Works 15
  • III - Special Periods 27
  • IV - Cultural Revolution in Provinces and Municipalities 51
  • V - Special Subjects 57
  • VI - Biographies, Memoirs, and Firsthand Observations 113
  • VII - Travelers' Reports 135
  • VIII - Audio-Visual and Microform Materials 139
  • Author Index 147
  • Title Index 157
  • Subject Index 193
  • About the Compiler 201
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