How appropriate is the title of the story The Chinese Statue?
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The title of the story as “The Chinese Statue” is very appropriate as the story revolves around a little piece of ivory, the Chinese statue of Emperor Kung which the old craftsman, Yung Lee, gifted to Sir Alexander Heathcote. The story then goes on to trace the journey of the statue from Sir Alexander’s home to finally finding itself in a auction room in London.
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