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Reading King Hu: A Note on His Literary Style

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Title:Reading King Hu: A Note on His Literary Style
Authors:Wang, George Chun Han
Keywords:King Hu
Hong Kong cinema
Chinese cinema
Taiwan Cinema
Hu Jinquan
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LC Subject Headings:Motion Pictures--Taiwan.
Motion Pictures--Hong Kong.
Date Issued:Apr 2013
Publisher:Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche
Citation:Wang, G. C. H. (2013). Reading King Hu: A Note on His Literary Style. In Garcia, R., & Wang, G. C. H. (Eds.) King Hu in His Own Words (pp. 19-21). Udine: Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche.
Abstract:This article introduces King Hu's literary styles to the English-reading public unfamiliar with his writings in Chinese. Aside from being a celebrated filmmaker, King Hu was also known to be a productive writer-essayist in his time. From his early days at Shaw Brothers, to the final “quiet” years in Southern California, he wrote more than one hundred short articles, authored a book on Lao She, and began writing a memoir that remains unfinished. For the first time in English, "King Hu in His Own Words" collects and translates a selection of King Hu's writings, presents the major director's reflections on filmmaking, the vicissitudes of life, Chinese history, philosophy and religion.
Description:Editorial introduction to "King Hu in His Own Words," the first publication of the writings of King Hu in English. Roger Garcia, editor; George Chun Han Wang, co-editor; Chanel Kong, associate editor; Law Kar, consultant editor.
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections: Center for Chinese Studies Faculty & Researcher Works
Wang, George Chun Han

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