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History of Modern Chinese Fiction (3rd edition)
C. T. Hsia (au); David Der-wei Wang (in.). First published in 1961, & reissued in new editions several times, this is the pioneering, classic study of 20th-century Chinese fiction. The book covers some 60 years, from the Literary Revolution of 1917 through the Cultural Revolution of 1966-76. C. T. Hsia, Prof. Emeritus of Chinese at Columbia Univ., examines the major writers from Lu Hsun to Eileen Chang & representative works since 1949 from both mainland China & Taiwan. The first serious study of modern Chinese fiction in English, this book is also the best study of its subject available. Not only the specialist, but every reader who is interested in China or in literature will find it of interest. Hsia’s astute insights & graceful writing make the book enjoyable as well as deeply edifying.
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