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Title Belief, history, and the individual in modern Chinese literary culture / edited by Artur K. Wardega.
Imprint Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009.

Subject Chinese literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism -- Congresses.
Alt Name Wardega, Artur K.
Description 1 online resource (x, 192 pages) : illustrations
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Note Papers presented at the Macau Ricci Institute's symposium, November 2007.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 172-181).
Contents From red idealism to bloody romanticism: a study of old devil's biographical writing / Wang Xiaoyu -- Utopian fiction and critical examination: the cultural revolution in Wang Xiaobo's The golden age / Sebastian Veg -- Blending past and present: Wang Xiaobo's The bronze age / Chen Wenye -- Debates over the theory of human nature in the history of modern and contemporary Chinese literature / Yang Jianlong -- The bogeyman -- German melancholy and Chinese restlessness: Ye Shengtao's novel Ni huanzhi / Wolfgang Kubin -- Two ways of development for Christian poetry in post-Haizi China: between Chinese tradition and modern westernization / Liu Guangyao -- Rigidity and disappearance of the "self" as the main theme in modern Chinese women's literature / Jin Siyan -- Literature as phoenix: a case study of a Macau book-lover's collection / Tudor Vladescu -- Poetry writing and translation / Leung Ping-kwan -- Diversity as value: marginality, post-colonialism and identity in modern Chinese literature / Bonnie S. McDougall.
Summary A value system in constant change; a longing for stability amid uncertainties about the future; a new consciousness about the unlimited challenges and aspirations in modern life: these are themes in modern Chinese literature that attract the attention of.
ISBN 9781443805711 (Cloth)
1443805718 (Cloth)
9781443807913 (electronic bk.)
1443807915 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 666946039
Additional Format Print version: Belief, history, and the individual in modern Chinese literary culture. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009 9781443805711 (DLC) 2009483798 (OCoLC)319584216

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