A History of Modern Chinese Fiction

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Indiana University Press, 1999 - Fiction - 726 pages
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Regarded as a pioneering classic study of 20th-century Chinese fiction, this volume covers some 60 years, from the Literary Revolution of 1917 through the Cultural Revolution of 1966-76.'
 

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A classic.

Contents

Introduction by David Derwei Wang
vii
Preface to the Third Edition
xxxvii
Preface
xlv
The Literary Revolution
3
sheng
55
The Creation Society Yu Tafu
93
Leftists and Independents
115
Mao Tun
140
Eileen Chang
389
Chien Chungshu
432
Shih To
461
Communist Fiction II Chao Shuli Ting
469
Conclusion
496
Communist Literature Since 1958
509
Obsession With China
533
The Whirlwind
555

Lao She
165
Shen Tsungwen
189
Chang Tieni
212
tzu Ting Ling Hsiao Chun
257
Wu Tsuhsiang
281
PART 1n THE WAR PERIOD AND AFTER 19371957
291
Tsungwen Lao She Pa Chin
350
Obsession With China II Three
563
Notes
587
Glossary
637
Bibliography
669
Index
711
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