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The story of the modern Peking Opera: The Red Lantern

Foreign Languages Press, Peking. 1972, 43p., very good in wraps, 4.75x7.5 inches, brilliant color painting on front cover. The main character is a railway switchman and member of the Chinese Communist Party who uses the switchman's lantern to signal guerrillas who fight the Japanese. He is captured, tortured,and killed, but his daughter inherits the red lantern and carries on revolutionary activity.

Cat.No: 178123

Price: $15.00

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