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Review of ‘Brothers’

Ever since Cain and Abel, societies have been shaken and shaped by brothers who competed with, supported or blithely ignored one another. George Howe Colt, the second-born of four brothers, has plowed through history to describe these powerful and perplexing sibling dynamics. He does so within the framework of recounting the ups and downs of…

Review of ‘Brothers’

In acclaimed memoirist Da Chen's fiction debut, he blends an account of China's late 20th-century political history with the gripping story of two half-brothers separated by fate. In 1960, Shento is born in southwest China, just before his disgraced mother, the mistress of the prestigious Gen. Ding Long, kills herself; he is found and…

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