Bronze and Sunflower


‘Bronze and Sunflower‘ is a classic. The story of a mute, buffalo riding village boy and the little girl of the Cadre school, who meet across a river is destined to linger forever.

Bronze and Sunflower‘ support each other, from the tragedy that unites them as brother and sister, through famine, poverty, loss and separation. Their loyalty, dedication, and shared love of their family and village are stirring and wonderful. This is a story of a time and place, but more importantly, it is a story of love. Bookwagon could not recommend ‘Bronze and Sunflower‘ to its readers more highly. It is outstanding.

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Bronze and Sunflower

Cao Wenxuan, translated by Helen Wang

(Walker Books)

‘Bronze and Sunflower‘ meet across a river; two children from very different backgrounds, destined to build a future together. This story, set during China’s cultural revolution, is a classic that stays in your head and heart. Bookwagon is proud to introduce ‘Bronze and Sunflower‘ to its readers.

Winner of the English Pen Award

Marsh Award for Translation

Kirkus Best Books , 2017


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