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100 1  Gilman, Susan Jane. 
245 10 Undress me in the Temple of Heaven:|ba memoir|h[Hoopla 
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       through hoopla,|c2009. 
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520    They were young, brilliant, and bold. They set out to 
       conquer the world. But the world had other plans for them.
       Bestselling author Susan Jane Gilman's new memoir is a 
       hilarious and harrowing journey, a modern heart of 
       darkness filled with Communist operatives, backpackers, 
       and pancakes. In 1986, fresh out of college, Gilman and 
       her friend Claire yearned to do something daring and 
       original that did not involve getting a job. Inspired by a
       place mat at the International House of Pancakes, they 
       decided to embark on an ambitious trip around the globe, 
       starting in the People's Republic of China. At that point,
       China had been open to independent travelers for roughly 
       ten minutes. Armed only with the collected works of 
       Nietzsche, an astrological love guide, and an arsenal of 
       bravado, the two friends plunged into the dusty streets of
       Shanghai. Unsurprisingly, they quickly found themselves in
       over their heads. As they ventured off the map deep into 
       Chinese territory, they were stripped of everything 
       familiar and forced to confront their limitations amid 
       culture shock and government surveillance. What began as a
       journey full of humor, eroticism, and enlightenment grew 
       increasingly sinister-becoming a real-life international 
       thriller that transformed them forever. Undress Me in the 
       Temple of Heaven is a flat-out page-turner, an astonishing
       true story of hubris and redemption told with Gilman's 
       trademark compassion, lyricism, and wit. 
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