“You’re stepping on my shadow, please back off,” she said.

Sun Yisheng / Nicky Harman

Short stories by Chung Chao-cheng

http://focustaiwan.tw/ShowNews/BookDetail.aspx?Type=Eng_Book&TNo=5&ID=201205140002&Chapter=0

There are altogether nine of the best stories by the doyen of Taiwan’s new literature, whom President Chen Shui-bian made one of his senior advisors in 2000. The first of the stories that is serialized is titled “Sobs of the Takokan River.” Those that will follow are “Composition of the Celebration of the Dead,” “A Skull and a Clock Which Has a Dial without Numerals,” “A-Ki and His Women,” “My Youngest Uncle and His Grandchildren,” “An Egret’s Song,” “Marathon, Champions, Ittosho", "Father and Son", and "Calls at Moonlit Night."

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