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Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center. Davies, Gloria. 2013. Lu Xun’s Revolution: Writing in a Time of Violence. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Davies, Gloria. Ed. 2001. Voicing Concerns: Contemporary Chinese Critical Inquiry. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. Denton, Kirk A. 1998. The Problematic of Self in Modern Chinese Literature: Hu Feng and Lu Ling. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Denton, Kirk A Forthcoming. The Columbia Companion to Modern Chinese Literature.
Where … China is … a spectacle for the West” (Chow 1991a: 82–83). For Zhang (1992b: 127), precisely due to “the skeptical and sometimes even agnostic attitude characteristic of much of contemporary Western theory,” Western or Western‐centered critics often indulge in their own rhetoric while failing to under stand Chinese reality. Third, a 1995 critical debate in the Hong Kong‐based journal Twenty‐First Century (Ershiyi shiji) concerns Western theory—especially the so‐called “post‐isms” (houxue, including postmodernism and postcolonialism) that is relabeled as “Chinese new conservatism” (H.
Chan 2011), the first Chinese national to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. , X. , Duran and Huang 2014) that address specific issues across historical periods and geographic areas, which is a preferred approach in English scholarship after the early 1990s. Judging from the titles of recent English books, we notice that these key issues cover a wide spectrum, ranging from agency (Knight 2006), identity (L. L. Chen 2006; Tsu 2006; Shih 2007), self (Denton 1998; Tam and Yip 2010), subject (R. Cai 2004; P.
A companion to modern Chinese literature by Yingjin Zhang