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In 1908 at the age of two Henry Pu Yi ascended to become the last emperor of the centuries old Manchu dynasty After revolutionaries forced Pu Yi to abdicate in 1911 the young emperor lived for. Pu Yi is the famous Last Emperor of China subject of a popular film in the 80 s by Bernardo Bertolucci and who was a curiosity who died in the 60 s during the Cultural RevolutionHis story as told by his own words is well written as he was excellently educated by a Scottish diplomat The book is prefaced by a brief history of the end of the ing Dynasty but rather blandly presented with any of the controversial or contested stores carefully edited outPuyi is sort of a sad tragic figure in his words but if you read the entire history of the end of the ing and the formation of the Republic and then the Communist Revolution mixed in with the Japanese occupation of Manchuria Manchuko it s not nearly so pleasant And neither is Puyi who was spoiled abandoned frightened and bored as a child by rituals of centuries He became a sadist young boy thinking up practical jokes that truly injured his servants he was sexually ambivalent due to a lack of maturation Adult guidance and examples Molestation We never really know But his true story is not so pleasant as he presents it It s a turbulent lifeStill this book is fascinating to read from the viewpoint of the last vestige of Imperial China a young boy chosen by the towering figure of the Dowager Empress Cixi and a link to China as a closed hermitic society with rigid rules and customs Puyi explains these well for the Western readerWe can pity him but the full story is much complex and much insidious Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding his own words is well written as Love is Blind he was excellently educated by a Scottish diplomat The book is prefaced by a brief Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia history of the end of the ing Dynasty but rather blandly presented with any of the controversial or contested stores carefully edited outPuyi is sort of a sad tragic figure in Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch his words but if you read the entire Catching Fire his servants The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) he was sexually ambivalent due to a lack of maturation Adult guidance and examples Molestation We never really know But The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, his true story is not so pleasant as Incubus he presents it It s a turbulent lifeStill this book is fascinating to read from the viewpoint of the last vestige of Imperial China a young boy chosen by the towering figure of the Dowager Empress Cixi and a link to China as a closed The Sharpe Companion The Early Years hermitic society with rigid rules and customs Puyi explains these well for the Western readerWe can pity Tantra y salchicha. La vía sabrosa al sexo sagrado him but the full story is much complex and much insidious

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The Last Manchu: The Autobiography of Henry Pu Yi, Last Emperor of China

Thirteen years in Pekings Forbidden City but with none of the power his birth afforded him The remainder of Pu Yis life was lived out in a topsy turvy fashion fleeing from a Chinese warlord bec. Pleasure to read with exotic history discovered in it The Manchu dynasty was extremely rich with wonderful descriptions of how it functioned I think the Communists in truth did not brainwash PuYi On Tidy Endings his birth afforded Flat World Navigation him The remainder of Pu Yis life was lived out in a topsy turvy fashion fleeing from a Chinese warlord bec. Pleasure to read with exotic A House of My Own Stories from My Life history discovered in it The Manchu dynasty was extremely rich with wonderful descriptions of Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, how it functioned I think the Communists in truth did not brainwash PuYi

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Oming head of a Japanese puppet state being confined to a Russian prison in Siberia and enduring taxing labor The Last Manchu is a uniue enthralling record of Chinas most turbulent dramatic yea. Love the story


13 thoughts on “The Last Manchu: The Autobiography of Henry Pu Yi, Last Emperor of China

  1. says:

    Pu Yi is the famous "Last Emperor of China", subject of a popular film in the 80's by Bernardo Bertolucci and who was a curi

  2. says:

    When I clicked “buy” on this one, I didn’t read the description as carefully as I should have. I was wanting a biography. This is an AUTObiography. Big difference. Fortunately, although not what I was wanting, this was a very satisfying read. The last emperor of China has a lot of potent, powerful history surrounding his re

  3. says:

    First, before the words of warning that follow, I want to say that this is a remarkable autobiography that gives

  4. says:

    It was a rather heavy handed memoir, a bit of a confessional rant with a few glimpses of life in the Forbidden City. I had hoped to gain insight into the daily life and the political workings of the Manchu dynasty. Instead characte

  5. says:

    Pleasure to read with exotic history discovered in it. The Manchu dynasty was extremely rich with wonderful descriptions of how it functioned. I think the Communists in truth did not brainwash PuYi.

  6. says:

    Slow.

  7. says:

    Loved this book as a wonderful look at the history behind modern China visit Beijing, watch the Last Emperor movie, read the book a great combination to understand China. Well written and engaging auto biography of a weak man who managed to stay alive against the odds.

  8. says:

    Love the story

  9. says:

    Well worth reading if you have been to China and visited the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Edited and abridged autobiography of the last Emperor until his death in the 1960s. From the early life as a child emperor to invasion by Japan, communism, and brain washing. Comes across as a fairly weak man and used as a political porn since

  10. says:

    This book purports to be an autobiography. Within a couple of chapters it becomes obvious it isn’t. The disparity becomes wider as the propaganda element increases to almost laughable levels at the end. A pity, there is an interesting story

  11. says:

    A fascinating autobiography, regardless of the likelihood that it was ghostwritten by the Chinese communist party. Fascinating details range from Pu Yi's daily menu (while living as a child in the Forbidden City) to dealings with foreign dignitaries and special favors provided by his Japanese puppet masters.

  12. says:

    Clearly much political correctness in this book. No surprises considering the Chinese constantly looking over Pu

  13. says:

    happy

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