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Essay on "Bitter Winds" by Harry Wu
In the book 'Bitter Wind' Harry Wu tells us about his time while imprisoned in China, for a crime he did not commit. But he did not write the book, his collaborator, Carolyn Wakeman, was the one that wrote it. Harry Wu was dictating all the fact and his experiences to Carolyn Wakeman, which put all the information together, did all the writing. Why would Harry Wu let someone else write his autobiography? Even if his English skills were not the best, is that reason enough for not writing your something so personal as your own memoirs? And would the book been better if he wrote it self?…
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