The Big Red Book of Modern Chinese Literature

The Big Red Book of Modern Chinese Literature

Writings From the Mainland in the Long Twentieth Century

Book - 2016
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An intimate and authoritative selection of significant works of modern-era Chinese literature reflects key historical events and the writing styles of dozens of forefront authors, from Lu Xun's 1923 Call to Arms to Gao Xinjiang's Nobel Prize-winning Soul Mountain.
Publisher: New York : W. W. Norton & Company, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780393239485
0393239489
Branch Call Number: Literature 895.1092 Big
Additional Contributors: Huang, Yunte - Editor

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Octagon8
Feb 11, 2017

This ended up being better than I expected it to be. Really gives insight into Chinese life at different time periods. It's almost like you're travelling as the author in many stories. Plus the history of the authors is given before each story, which is nearly as fascinating as the stories themselves. Definitely worth a read if you like travel and/or anthropology or just some good reading.

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