The Good Earth
by Pearl S. Buck
The Good Earth Resources
Playing this game is way more fun than learning about the Opium Wars through stinky old textbooks.
Good question. Read this to find out.
Want to know a little bit more about Tu Di Gong? We've got you covered.
Anna May Wong might have been O-lan in a world without yellowface.
This screen version of Buck's novel is mostly accurate, but somehow O-lan became a sexy vixen. Check out that trailer.
This movie is about one of Pearl Buck's later novels. Starring Katharine Hepburn, it's full of anti-Japanese propaganda.
Buck was the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize, and here's the speech she delivered to mark this moment in history.
But give some pretty interesting advice to aspiring authors in this piece. We're not sure if it's necessary to surround yourself with gypsies, but we guess it can't hurt.
So, they found The Good Earth manuscript. Oh, you didn't know it was missing?
Want to know more about the Boxer Rebellion? Just watch this old time-y video.
This documentary titled, Pearl Buck: The Woman, the World, and Two Good Earths, will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about the lady herself.
This video of the proud West Virginia native is short—but just long enough for you to get a sense of Pearl Buck's personality.
Now for something a little different. This time it's a Chinese woman's opinion of the legendary author.
Buck's family photos. At least her mom isn't there showing you all of her naked baby pictures.
Everything from the Nobel Prize ceremony to Buck's honorary degree from Rutgers University in pictures.