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- World Scientific Publishing Company 2010; US$ 62.00
This original English translation from the Chinese text comprises 60 poems (85 verses) and three prose compositions. It opens a window to the heart and mind of a Chinese scholar who lived from the late Qing through the 1950s. It reflects the life of a pioneer writer of Malayan-Singapore Chinese Literature: his personal tragedies, struggles, disappointments... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2011; US$ 100.00
1895-1925 was a critical historical period in Chinese literary history, when baihua (the vernacular) was elevated to become the national language and wenyan (classical Chinese) was eliminated from many literary practices, overturning the long-established linguistic hierarchy. This is the first book to concentrate not only on the triumph of the... more...
Die Fünf Meister aus Sichuan (Sichuan wu junzi): Die Posthermetischen Lyriker Bai Hua, Zhang Zao, Zhong Ming, Ouyang Jianghe und Zhai YongmingDiplomica Verlag 2011; US$ 42.02
Hauptbeschreibung Die Fünf Meister aus Sichuan, zu der die Dichter Bai Hua (geb. 1956), Zhang Zao (1962-2010), Zhong Ming (geb. 1953), Ouyang Jianghe (geb. 1956) und Zhai Yongming (geb. 1955) gehören, können als eine der wichtigsten Gruppierungen innerhalb der zeitgenössischen chinesischen Lyrik angesehen werden. Sie vereint nicht nur langjährige... more...
- Arcade Publishing 2012; US$ 14.95
When special investigator Ding Gou'er hears persistent rumors that there is cannibalism in the province called the Republic of Wine, he goes to learn the truth. Beginning at the Mount Luo Coal Mine, he meets Diamond Jin, legendary for his capacity to hold his liquor and fondness for young human flesh. A banquet is served during which the special investigator,... more...
- Tuttle Publishing 2014; US$ 8.95
China's most popular traditional novel, Journey to the West is the thrilling story of the Monkey King and his epic quest, with his trusted companions, to redeem himself. They face fantastic foes, demons and monsters during their amazing adventures traveling to the Western paradise. No matter what obstacle was put before him, the clever, wily Monkey... more...
- Indiana University Press 2000; US$ 35.15
"... an important contribution to the study of recent Chinese literature." -- Choice "This fine, scholarly survey of Chinese literature since 1949... discusses such trends as modernism, nativism, realism, root-seeking and 'scar' literature, 'misty' poets, and political, feminist, and ... more...
- University of California Press 2001; US$ 15.95
Shu-mei Shih's study is the first book in English to offer a comprehensive account of Chinese literary modernism from Republican China. In The Lure of the Modern, Shih argues for the contextualization of Chinese modernism in the semicolonial cultural and political formation of the time. more...
- Oxford University Press 2001; US$ 59.99
The Analects', the sayings attributed to Confucius, is a classic of world literature. Nonetheless there is a great dispute about how to approach and understand both him and his work. This is an anthology of critical writings on this crucial and influential work. The contributors address a host of key topics. more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2004; US$ 100.00
An examination of whether Chinese writers of the Creation Society, a Chinese literary coterie, successfully appropriated shishosetsu, a quintessentially Japanese form of autobiographical narrative, into a form to be exploited for their own ends, especially political ends. more...