WILLIAM A WENRICH
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Sat Oct 9 22:52:16 BST 2021
I remember seeing a documentary about the arts on China. The big new play was titled, “Red guards ride to Beijing to see Chairman Mao.”
William A Wenrich
* A sinner, utterly dependent on God’s grace.
From: Lois-Bujold <lois-bujold-bounces at lists.herald.co.uk> on behalf of dbernat <dbernat at gol.com>
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To: Discussion of the works of Lois McMaster Bujold. <lois-bujold at lists.herald.co.uk>
Subject: Re: [LMB] Heinlein
Peter Hews via Lois-Bujold wrote:
> Back in the day, many non-US SF writers had to do their best to write
> American characters in American settings because that was where the
> market was. Hence perhaps the previous poster's mistake.
It's easy to set a story in one's own culture.
It's much harder to set a story in a culture known only from reading
books on that culture.
Which is, I suppose, why so much fiction on Japan and China* is such a
*I thought the military adventure set in China that had the male hero
constantly wearing a woman's dress during combat to be particularly
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