China's dramatic landscapes and populous cities have invited the wonderment of visitors as various as Marco Polo, Lord Macartney and Noel Coward. At the same time, some of the sharpest observations come from the calligraphy brushes of its own writers. This is a writer's guide to China.
Susan Whitfield runs the International Dunhuang Project at the British Library, providing Internet access to over 50,000 pre-eleventh century Silk Road manuscripts now in collections worldwide. She has written several books and articles on the Silk Road and China, including China: A Literary Companion, and travels there regularly.
China by A.C. Grayling
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John Murray Press
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