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Ding Ling

Chinese writer (1904-1986)

1904   -   1986

genre: novel
country of citizenship: People's Republic of China, Soviet Union, Republic of China 1912–1949
language of expression: Chinese
educated at: International Writing Program
occupation: writer, politician
award received: Stalin Prize
position held: member of the National People's Congress

Ding Ling (Chinese: 丁玲; pinyin: Dīng Líng; October 12, 1904 – March 4, 1986), formerly romanized as Ting Ling, was the pen name of Jiang Bingzhi (simplified Chinese: 蒋冰之; traditional Chinese: 蔣冰之; pinyin: Jiǎng Bīngzhī), also known as Bin Zhi (彬芷 Bīn Zhǐ), one of the most celebrated 20th-century Chinese women authors. She was awarded the Soviet Union's Stalin second prize for Literature in 1951.
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Miss Sophia's Diary

short story by Ding Ling

author: Ding Ling

1927

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