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A Question That Is Not a Question
|Title:||A Question That Is Not a Question|
|Keywords:||King Hu, Lao She, Shu Qingchun, Hong Kong cinema, Chinese cinema, Taiwan Cinema, Hu Jinquan, King Hu in His Own Words|
|LC Subject Headings:||Motion Pictures--Hong Kong.|
|Date Issued:||Apr 2013|
|Publisher:||Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche|
|Citation:||Hu, K. (2013). A Question That Is Not a Question (G. C. H. Wang, Trans.). In Garcia, R., & Wang, G. C. H. (Eds.) King Hu in His Own Words (pp. 54-57). Udine: Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche. (Original work published 1977).|
|Abstract:||King Hu lays out the "prerequisites" for aspiring Lao She experts and explains what inspired him to research and write a book about Lao She. Lao She is a distinguished Chinese novelist and dramatist, one of the most significant figures of 20th century Chinese literature.|
|Description:||King Hu wrote this introduction for his book Lao She and His Works (Lao She Hetade Zuopin). Originally published in Chinese by Culture-Life Press (Wenhua Shenghuo Chubanshe) in Lao She and His Works, Hong Kong, 1977.|
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Center for Chinese Studies Faculty & Researcher Works|
Wang, George Chun Han
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