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Literary dissent in Communist China
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|Pagination||xvii, 343 p. ;|
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―Jonathan Mirsky, New York Times Book Review “Goldman selects about three dozen figures for careful study Some of the subjects appear in one of [her] two earlier books (Literary Dissent in Communist China and China’s Intellectuals). The three books are similar in style, chronologically consecutive, and together make a comprehensive Cited by: Merle Goldman, in her book Literary Dissent in Communist China, tells us about a group of writers who were concerned “with individual rights in the face of an increasing monolithic society.” We also know that the conformity of current Chinese life, so tremendously impressive to certain scholars in the West, has to be enforced with.
Her previous books, 'Literary Dissent in Communist China' and 'China's Intellectuals: Advise and Dissent,' and her substantial chapters in Volume 14 of the Cambridge History of China, provide a well-documented record, and a historically analytical one. “The book has as many characters as The Romance of the Three Kingdoms,’ “ the playwright said, referring to China's earliest novel, written 2, years ago, a tale of swashbuckling intrigue.
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In modern China, literature has been regarded as a vehicle of political and idea logical dissent, a concept that has persisted under communism. This study exhaustively analyzes the conflict between the Chinese Communist party and the intellectuals, particularly the writers, in the crucial decades of the s and s.
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In modern China, literature has been regarded as a vehicle of political and idea logical dissent, a concept that has persisted under communism. This study exhaustively analyzes the conflict between the Chinese Communist party and the intellectuals, particularly the writers, in the crucial decades of the 's and 's.
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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Merle Goldman (born Ma ) is an American historian of modern China. Goldman's doctoral dissertation, which became her first book, Literary Dissent in Communist China, dealt with the formative period when the Chinese Communist Party under Mao Zedong was centered at Yan'an in the mater: Harvard University, Radcliffe.
Goldman and Goldman offer a history of the Communist Party’s treatment of intellectuals, including writers and artists, throughout the period, and favor those punished for dissent. The chapters in McDougall address a range of literary and artistic forms, while King focuses on representative works of fiction from to Literary Dissent in Communist China (Harvard East Asian Series) | Merle Goldman | download | B–OK.
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literary dissent in present China-published in the West in recent years. Only two years ago there appeared a book by D.
Fokkema, Literary Doctrine in China and Soviet Influence (Mouton and Co., ), dealing with the same set of problems. Even for our discussion of Mrs. Goldman's book it may be useful to compare these two works.
A discussion and film screening about the story of China's first literary dissident's Kafkaesque journey through the prisons of the Cultural Revolution Hu Feng, the 'counterrevolutionary' leader of a banned literary school, spent twenty-five years in the Chinese Communist Party's prison system.
A New Literary History of Modern China stands far apart from the standard state-of-the-field collection. The publication of this book, with its range and breadth of scholarship, is an event without precedent in the field of modern Chinese literary : Harvard.
In her new book, ' 'China's Intellectu als: Advise and Dissent,'' she has broadened her focus to inc lude not only literary writers but philosophers, historians, journal. The Hardcover of the Out of China: How the Chinese Ended the Era of Western Domination by Robert Bickers at Barnes & Noble.
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Literary Dissent in Communist China. by Merle Goldman. Harvard East Asian Series, pp., $ The Gate of Darkness: Studies on the Leftist Literary Movement in China by Tsi-an Hsia. Much the most interesting section of the book is on Lu Hsun and the League of Leftist Writers.
The League was founded in as a.Michael Kimmage is an associate professor of history at the Catholic University of America. His first book, The Conservative Turn: Lionel Trilling, Whittaker Chambers and the Lessons of Anti-Communism, appeared with Harvard University Press in the spring of Photo: Hungarians gathering around a toppled Stalin statue in (The American Hungarian Federation / .