Jungle Tract

. . . AND THE RAIN MY DRINK (306 pp.)—Han Suyin—Little, Brown ($4).

Han Suyin is an attractive Eurasian (Chinese and French) physician with a born flair for melodramatizing her life. In Destination Chungking (1942), it was her barely disguised experiences as a young girl whose pleasant existence in Peking was rudely shattered by war. Her husband, Chinese General Tang Pao Huang, was killed, but Elizabeth (her real name) made it to Hong Kong. There she had a passionate and publicly observed affair with British War Correspondent Mark Elliott, and having kissed, she proceeded...

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