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Sons is a historical fiction novel by American author Pearl S. Buck first published by John Day Company in 1932. It is the second book in The House of Earth trilogy, preceded by The Good Earth and followed by A House Divided. The story tackles the issue of Wang Lung's sons and how they handle their father's estate after his death. It deals mostly with the youngest son, who goes off to war in The Good Earth, and his son.

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  • 『息子たち』(むすこたち、Sons)は、1932年にパール・S・バックが発表した小説。『大地』の続編または第2部に当たる。 (ja)
  • Sons is a historical fiction novel by American author Pearl S. Buck first published by John Day Company in 1932. It is the second book in The House of Earth trilogy, preceded by The Good Earth and followed by A House Divided. The story tackles the issue of Wang Lung's sons and how they handle their father's estate after his death. It deals mostly with the youngest son, who goes off to war in The Good Earth, and his son. (en)
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  • First edition (en)
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  • United States (en)
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  • English (en)
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  • Print (en)
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  • Sons (en)
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  • June 1932 (en)
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  • The House of Earth trilogy (en)
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  • John Day Company
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  • 『息子たち』(むすこたち、Sons)は、1932年にパール・S・バックが発表した小説。『大地』の続編または第2部に当たる。 (ja)
  • Sons is a historical fiction novel by American author Pearl S. Buck first published by John Day Company in 1932. It is the second book in The House of Earth trilogy, preceded by The Good Earth and followed by A House Divided. The story tackles the issue of Wang Lung's sons and how they handle their father's estate after his death. It deals mostly with the youngest son, who goes off to war in The Good Earth, and his son. (en)
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  • 息子たち (ja)
  • Sons (novel) (en)
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  • Sons (en)
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