3 edition of Literature and politics in 20th century China found in the catalog.
Literature and politics in 20th century China
Includes bibliographical references (p. -204).
|Other titles||Literature and politics in twentieth century China|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||2007375598|
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The Literature of China in the Twentieth Century traces the development of Chinese literature from the Boxer Rebellion, when the strains of Western influence first emerged, to the Tiananmen Massacre, when dissident poets, such as Bei Dao, earned international acclaim and indefinite exile from the by: Writers of this literature believed that the fundamental purpose of children's literature was for political and moral education.
This book examines and analyzes the development of political and moral themes in Chinese children's literature of the 20th century.
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In this ground-breaking book, Bonnie S. McDougall and Kam Louie present the first comprehensive, integrated survey of twentieth-century Chinese literature. The Literature of China in the Twentieth Century traces the development of Chinese literature from the Boxer Rebellion, when the strains of Western influence first emerged, to the Tiananmen.
Organized chronologically, The Literature of China in the Twentieth Century traces the development of Chinese literature from the Boxer Rebellion to the Tiananmen Massacre, when dissident poets, such as Bei Dao, earned international acclaim as well as indefinite exile from the mainland.
In this ground-breaking book, Bonnie S. McDougall and Kam Louie present the first comprehensive, integrated survey of twentieth-century Chinese literature.
The Literature of China in the Twentieth Century traces the development of Chinese literature from the Boxer Rebellion, when the strains of Western influence first emerged, to the Tiananmen Massacre, when dissident poets, such as Bei Dao 5/5(1). The concept of the 20th century Chinese literature began to show the literary indepen- dence from the pattern of social politics, to realize the main object of literary studies as the integrity of the occurrence and development of literature itself.
The literature of China in the twentieth century. In this ground-breaking book, Bonnie S. McDougall and Kam Louie present the first comprehensive, integrated survey of twentieth-century Chinese Literature of China in the Twentieth Century traces the development of Chinese literature from the Boxer Rebellion, when the strains of Western influence first emerged, to the Tiananmen 5/5(3).
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