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Fictional Authors, Imaginary Audiences: Modern Chinese Literature in the Twentieth Century


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tional Authors, Imaginary Audiences: Modern Chinese Literature in the Twentieth Century
The Chinese University Press
2003年1月01日
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The authors and audiences for twentieth century Chinese literature, especially fiction, are examined in a fresh light in this book. While modern Chinese fictions are imaginary in that they do not constitute reliable portraits of Chinese life, they can reveal fascinating insights into the writers themselves and their implied audiences. The book also includes substantial reference to poetry, drama, film, and the visual arts as well as to the political and social context in which they appear.

譯�編�作者簡介

Bonnie S. McDougall is Professor of Chinese at the University of Edinburgh. She has also taught at Sydney, Harvard and Oslo, and has spent long periods in teaching, translating and researching in China. Her many books and articles cover all periods and genres of modern Chinese literature. Her recent works include The Literature of China in the Twentieth Century (co-authored with Kam Louie), Columbia University Press, 1997; Chinese Concepts of Privacy (co-edited with Anders Hansson), Brill, 2001; and Love-Letters and Privacy in Modern China: The Intimate Lives of Lu Xun and Xu Guangping, Oxford University Press, 2002.


讀者對象

The book will be of interest to scholars, students and the public who are interested in modern Chinese literature of the twentieth century, especially fiction, poetry, drama, film, and the visual arts.


書評

"Bonnie McDougall draws upon her extensive knowledge of the twentieth-century transformations of Chinese literature and film to range widely over key issues of gender, authorship and audience. The results are always illuminae ...









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