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The Black Eel

The Black Eel

AI Qing (Author)

Chinese Literature Press, 1984
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The Black Eel is a long narrative poem written in 1954 by Ai Qing, China's foremost living poet. It tells the story of a young fisherman sailing on a stormy sea. After his boat is wrecked, he finds refuge on an island where he meets a loving girl and a despot. His marriage to the girl offends the despot. a struggle ensues. Finally the lovers take to the sea in search of a way out.
ISBN: 10E1619P
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 103
Sizes: 0x0mm
Publication: 1/1984
Weight: 121g

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