She was born 123 years ago --June 26,1892. She was quite the writer. I disagree with her theology --she openly declared she was not a Christian. She even received missioary support as a non-believer for a while. There are times when she mentions passages from the Bible that rankle her. And then I want to tell her "What in the world are you talking about?!" But her stories are fascinating. Most of her books are novels. Yet the first volume I ever read was non-fiction : My several Worlds, --back in 2011 when I first came to China. I had already read : Sons, A House Divided and Dragon Seed before I read her classic : The Good Earth. I never did finish : Peony I read only the Reader's Digest versions of Three Daughters Of Madame Liang, Imperial Woman and Letter From Peking. Others that I read and enjoyed were the full versions of : The Promise, Pavilion Of Women, The Patriot, Kinfolk, The Exile and Fighting Angel. The last two were non-fictional accounts of her mother and father respectively. One that touched me in particular was The Mother. In this novel she uses no character names --quite the feat. and it was written so simply. It just flows and you don't want it to end. Something tells me I am missing one or two from my listing. Oh well. Have any of you read her works?