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The literary field of twentieth-century China
|Title:||The literary field of twentieth-century China|
Literary field of 20th-century China
|Keywords:||Chinese literature -- History and criticism|
Literature and society -- China
|Publisher:||Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press|
|Description:||An act of violence: translation of Western fiction in the late Qing and early republican period / Wang-chi Wong -- More than butterflies: some observations on the early years of the journal Xiaoshuo yuebao / Denise Gimpel -- Playing the field: aspects of Chinese literary life in the 1920s / Michel Hockx -- From literature to love: glory and decline of the love-letter genre / Raoul David Findeisen -- Literature high and low: 'popular fiction' in twentieth-century China / Chen Pingyuan -- Stories and legends: China's largest contemporary popular literature journals / Marja Kaikkonen -- No past to long for?: a sociology of Chinese writers in exile / Oliver Krämer -- Displacing the political: Zhang Yimou's To Live and the field of film / Wendy Larson -- Here, there, anywhere: networking by young Chinese writers today -- Claire Huot.|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 216-231) and index.
vii, 252 p. ill. 23 cm
|Other Identifiers:||ISBN:0824822013 (alk. paper)|
|Appears in Collections:||UH Press Publications - Misc. Publications|
UH Press Publications - China, Hong Kong (China) & Taiwan
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