By David Hare
In vividly dramatic shape, this play tells how a distant chinese language village involves phrases with Communism. each revolution creates new phrases. The chinese language revolution created an entire new vocabulary during which a vital note is "fanshen" which accurately skill "to flip the physique" or "to flip over." To 1000s of hundreds of thousands of landless and negative peasants it skill to face up, throw off the landlords' yoke, and achieve land, inventory, and homes. additionally it capacity to go into a brand new global and this play is the tale of ways the peasants of lengthy Bow construct a brand new international.
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The latter specimen was removed because of heating element failure. Loop temperature and pressure were 293 C and 1350 psig, respectively; except for surface heat flux, test conditions were essentially the sue as those used during the exposure of initial specimens (test specimens with a surface heat flux of 550,000 Btu/hr-ft 2, attaining exposures of 60 and 70 days). Calculated surface temperature for the two specimens were 330 C or about 20 C above that re%uired to initiate local boiling0 Visual examination indicates that the extent of the crevice corrosion associated with the two specimens is less than that associated which had surface heat fluxes of 550,000 Btu/hr-ft will be sectioned for more detailed examination.