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About a year after the revolutionary overthrow of the Qing Dynasty, Ching Chun Wang, a Chinese railway official and representative of the emergent republic, makes a case for international recognition.
"Emily Dickinson is one of our most original writers, a force destined to endure in American letters."
“This war is a gigantic blood feud, a racial struggle, a crusade.”
The second of three excerpts from John Muir’s autobiography