China Diary: The Life of Mary Austin Endicott

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Life Writing Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Introduction - Who Was My Mother? 1
  • Part 1 11
  • 1 - From a Background of Privilege 13
  • 2 - Prelude to Adventure 24
  • 3 - Struggling with Culture Shock 35
  • 4 - Spring in the Golden Valley 44
  • 5 - Chungchow Diary: Living with Uncertainty 48
  • Part 2 59
  • 6 - Hijacked on the Yangtze 61
  • 7 - Shanghai Exile 67
  • 8 - Eight Months of Separation 76
  • 9 - Back to Chungking: Four Months in Purgatory 83
  • 10 - Golden Valley Scrapbook: 1930–33 90
  • 11 - When Death Threw the Dice 98
  • Part 3 101
  • 12 - Furlough: an Oasis of Opportunity 103
  • 13 - A Greater Acceptance of the Universe 109
  • 14 - A Time of Transition 126
  • 15 - Conquering Herself 138
  • 16 - Creative Writing 142
  • 17 - Wartime in Chungking 146
  • 18 - Wedding Anniversary 156
  • 19 - Wartime Diary: 1939–41 161
  • Part 4 165
  • 20 - The Little Brown Bird Takes Flight 167
  • 21 - Eden Rent Asunder 176
  • 22 - Deciding to Work with Communists 185
  • 23 - Two Solitudes 191
  • Part 5 195
  • 24 - Heaven and Hell in Shanghai, 1947 197
  • 25 - Life—in the Cold War—with Jim 208
  • 26 - The Winter Years 227
  • Epilogue 241
  • Appendix A - Three Poems by Mary Austin Endicott 243
  • Appendix B - Historical Background 246
  • Bibliography 251
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