She She

She She

Foreword by: Wang Jiren
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Why do we do what we do?

Zou Zou explores this question in this compilation of four short stories. The author ruminates about her journey to becoming a writer in the humorous piece Writing, which tells of the inspirations and muses from childhood to adulthood and the constant battle with the writing self. In Abandonment, a married couple adopts a baby girl after the death of their own daughter, and raises the child as their own. Unbeknownst of the shadow that looms over her, the girl stumbles through life searching for approval and acceptance in the wrong places and just when all hope seems to be lost love finds her unexpectedly. In She She, one woman's long time obsession with her friend leads her on a path of continual self-destruction. And in Thirty-One Days of Love, the beginning and end of an affair between two writers is documented by exchanging pieces of a story.
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  • Shanghai Press, Better Link Press | 
  • 272 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781602202399 | 
  • October 2013
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