Modern Chinese Stories and Novellas, 1919-1949 (häftad)
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xxvii, 578 p., 3 leaves of plates :
Modern Chinese Stories and Novellas, 1919-1949 (häftad)

Modern Chinese Stories and Novellas, 1919-1949

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Brings together some of the best and most historically significant works of short fiction written in China in this century -including such important figures in the development of Chinese modernism as Lu Hsun, Mao Tun, Ting Ling, and Shen Ts' ung-wen. The companion volume to the highly acclaimed (Columbia, 1978), this new volume presents modernist short fiction from the thirty-year period leading up to the Communist revolution of 1949, after which Chinese literature entered a new phase of development. The stories range in setting from the late Ch'ing dynasty through the Sino-Japanese War and the early Communist years, and range in length from brief tales to substantial short novels. Though a large number of the writers represented are leftists, works of all political viewpoints have been included to provide the full literary panorama of one of the most fertile periods of Chinese creative activity.
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Joseph S. M. Lau is co-editor with Y.W. Ma of Traditional Chinese Stories.C. T. Hsia is editor of Twentieth-Century Chinese Stories and author of The Classic Chinese Novel and A History of Modern Chinese Fiction.Leo Ou-fan Lee is author of The Romantic Generation of Modern Chinese Writers.


Introduction, by C. T. Hsia Lu Hsun K'ung I-chi, by tr. Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang Medicine, by tr. Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang My Old Home, by tr. Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang The New Year's Sacrifice, by tr. Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang In the Wine Shop, by tr. Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang Soap, by tr. Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang Hsu Ti-shan The Merchant's Wife, by tr. William H. Nienhauser, Jr. Yu-kuan, by tr. Cecile Chu-chin Sun Yeh Shao-chun Rice, by tr. Frank Kelly Solitude, by tr. Frank Kelly Horse-bell Melons, by tr. Jason C. S. Wang Autumn, by tr. Frank Kelly Yu Ta-fu Sinking, by tr. Joseph S. M. Lau and C. T. Hsia Mao Tun Spring Silkworms, by tr. Sidney Shapiro Lao She An Old Tragedy in a New Age, by tr. Michael S. Duke Ling Shu-hua Embroidered Pillows, by tr. Jane Parish Yang The Night of Midautumn Festival, by tr. Nathan K. Mao Jou Shih A Slave-Mother, by tr. Jane Parish Yang Shen Ts'ung-wen Pai-tzu, by tr. Kai-yu Hsu Hsiao-hsiao, by tr. Eugene Eoyang The Lamp, by tr. Kai-yu Hsu Quiet, by tr. Wai-lim Yip and C. T. Hsia Three Men and One Woman, by tr. Kai-yu Hsu Ting Ling When I Was in Hsia Village, by tr. Gary Bjorge In the Hospital, by tr. Gary Bjorge Pa Chin Nanny Yang, by tr. Perry Link The General, by tr. Nathan K. Mao Sinking Low, by tr. Perry Link Piglet and Chickens, by tr. Anita M. Brown and Jane Parish Yang Chao Shu-li Lucky, by tr. Cyril Birch Chang T'ien-i The Bulwark, by tr. Nathan K. Mao Midautumn Festival, by tr. Ronald Miao Hsiao Chun Goats, by tr. Howard Goldblatt Wu Tsu-hsiang Young Master Gets His Tonic, by tr. Cyril Birch Let There Be Peace, by tr. James C. T. Shu Fan Village, by tr. Russell McLeod and C. T. Hsia Ch'ien Chung-shu The Inspiration, by tr. Dennis T. Hu Souvenir, by tr. Nathan K. Mao Hsiao Hung Hands, by tr. Howard Goldblatt The Family Outsider, by tr. Howard Goldblatt Tuan-mu Hung-liang The Faraway Wind and Sand, by tr. Calra S.Y. Sun and Nathan K. Mao The Rapid Current of the Muddy River, by tr. Margaret M. Baumgartner and Nathan K. Mao Lu Ling The Coffins, by tr. Jane Parish Yang Eileen Chang The Golden Cangue, by tr. Eileen Chang