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Morning Sun : Interviews with Chinese Writers of the Lost Generation :  Interviews with Chinese Writers of the Lost Generation - Laifong Leung

Morning Sun : Interviews with Chinese Writers of the Lost Generation

Interviews with Chinese Writers of the Lost Generation

Hardcover Published: 1994
ISBN: 9781563240935
Number Of Pages: 440

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This is a collection of interviews with 26 writers of China's "zhiqing" generation, relatively young artists who participated in the Cultural Revolution as teen-age Red Guards, suffered through the subsequent rustication of intellectual youth, and eventually returned to relatively normal lives, but always with a tragic hiatus haunting their formative years. While one goal of Professor Leung is to introduce to the West an important group of writers little-known outside China, she also aims to succeed, through the interviews, in providing a special perspective on the devastating political history of China over the past 20 years through the eyes of its keenest observers and in offering a perspective on the social, political and cultural milieu of the period.

Morning Sun Interviews with Chinese Writers of the Lost Generationp. i
Studies on Contemporary Chinap. ii
Forewordp. ix
Preface and Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
Introductionp. xvii
Chen Cun Half a Muslimp. 3
Chen Jiangong a Coal Miner with Black Humorp. 14
Cheng Naishan Banker's Daughterp. 30
Deng Gang Fruit of the Seap. 42
Hu Ping a Social Investigatorp. 53
Kong Jiesheng a Cantonese Writerp. 65
Lao Gui Old Ghostp. 80
Li Hangyu Seeking "Roots"' Along the "Gechuan River"p. 88
Li Ping Challenging Writer of Red Guard Fictionp. 97
Liang Xiaosheng Affirming the Great Barren Northp. 112
Lu Tianming a Volunteer to Xinjiangp. 121
Lu Xing'Er Awakening Womanp. 133
Mo Yan Creator of the Red Sorghum Seriesp. 144
Shi Tiesheng Wheelchair Humanistp. 153
Tie Ning a Writer of Sensitivityp. 165
Wang Anyi Restless Explorerp. 177
Wang Xiaoying an Autobiography Yet to Be Writtenp. 188
Wang Zhaojun Survivor of the Great Leap Forwardp. 196
Ye Xin Popular Realistp. 207
Zhang Chengzhi Not like Other Writersp. 217
Zhang Kangkang Sensing the Trendsp. 229
Zhang Shengyou Probing the Nation's Troublesp. 240
Zheng Wanlong Seeking Goldp. 251
Zheng Yi Well Digging and Root Searchingp. 259
Zhu Lin Negating Rusticationp. 270
Zhu Xiaoping a Rebellious Gilded Youthp. 278
Afterwordp. 291
Chronology of Important Events Since 1949p. 293
Political and Other Termsp. 297
Biographical Notesp. 309
Plot Summaries of Interviewed Writers' Worksp. 319
Suggested Readingp. 329
Glossaryp. 333
Indexp. 385
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ISBN: 9781563240935
ISBN-10: 1563240939
Series: Studies on Contemporary China
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 440
Published: 1994
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 16.51  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 0.79

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