The Man Who Loved China by Simon Winchester
(2009 Selection)

About the Book
About the Author


About Simon Winchester

Simon Winchester

Simon Winchester studied geology at Oxford and has written for Condé Nast Traveler, Smithsonian, and National Geographic. In addition to The Man Who Loved China, Mr. Winchester is the author of "A Crack in the Edge of the World," "Krakatoa," "The Map That Changed the World," "The Professor and the Madman," "The Fracture Zone," "Outposts," and "Korea," among many other titles. He lives in Massachusetts and in the Western Isles of Scotland.


Websites About Simon Winchester and "The Man Who Loved China"

Simon Winchester's website

Simon Winchester interview with PM (Australian public broadcasting) (available in print and audio)

Simon Winchester on the Man Who Loved China (video -- scroll down the page)



Websites About Simon Winchester and His Other Works

Bookbrowse: An Interview with Simon Winchester

Contemporary Writers: Simon Winchester

National Public Radio, "Talk of the Nation": The Meaning of Everything (audio) Interviews: Simon Winchester

Travel Writers: Simon Winchester

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