Jih-chi chiu-chung (Nine Diaries) was the most popular book published by Chinese writer Yu Dafu. Written in 1927, it detailed the events of his affair with the leftist writer Wang Ying-hsia and broke all previous Chinese sales records.

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  • Jih-chi chiu-chung (Nine Diaries) was the most popular book published by Chinese writer Yu Dafu. Written in 1927, it detailed the events of his affair with the leftist writer Wang Ying-hsia and broke all previous Chinese sales records. (en)
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  • Jih-chi chiu-chung (Nine Diaries) was the most popular book published by Chinese writer Yu Dafu. Written in 1927, it detailed the events of his affair with the leftist writer Wang Ying-hsia and broke all previous Chinese sales records. (en)
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  • Nine Diaries (en)
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