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In 1902, Nellie Blessing Eyster described a handsome Chinese male character in A Chinese Quaker: An Unfictitious Novel by the somewhat dubious device of comparing him to a mixed-race female, "a face .
30) Occasionally, practicing Quakers produced their own fictionalized accounts of their missionary work and social activism, as in Nellie Blessing-Eyster, A Chinese Quaker: An Unfictitious Novel (New York: Fleming H.