6 edition of genesis of modern Chinese literary criticism (1917-1930) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Marián Gálik ; [translation, Peter Tkáč].|
|Series||[Asian and African studies] ;, v. 16|
|LC Classifications||DS1 .A4733 vol. 16, PL2262 .A4733 vol. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||349 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||349|
|LC Control Number||80505544|
Biblical literature - Biblical literature - The critical study of biblical literature: exegesis and hermeneutics: Exegesis, or critical interpretation, and hermeneutics, or the science of interpretive principles, of the Bible have been used by both Jews and Christians throughout their histories for various purposes. The most common purpose has been discovering the truths and values of the Old. Chinese Modern examines crucial episodes in the creation of Chinese modernity during the turbulent twentieth century. Analyzing a rich array of literary, visual, theatrical, and cinematic texts, Xiaobing Tang portrays the cultural transformation of China from the early s through the founding of the People’s Republic, the installation of the socialist realist aesthetic, the collapse of.
The cultural and literary flowering known as the May Fourth Movement is the subject of this comprehensive and insightful book. This is the first study of modern Chinese literature that shows how China's Confucian traditions were combined with Western influences to create a literature of new values and consciousness for the Chinese people. China's increasing engagement with the outside world as a marketplace brings other contacts as an inevitable corollary - social, academic and literary - but the effects on Chinese .
The publication of this book, with its range and breadth of scholarship, is an event without precedent in the field of modern Chinese literary studies. Some of the essays read like polished vignettes while some are whimsical, others build swiftly to a punchy thesis, and others again offer distilled wisdom on a . Twentieth-century China had more than its share of pain, and Michael Berry unfolds the layers of its meanings in diverse contexts and several media. He shows how the pain of groups relates to identity, morality, politics, and to the meaning of 'history' and 'literature.' No serious student of modern China will want to miss his erudite survey.
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16). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Hu Shih, Chou Tso-jen, Ch'en Tu-hsiu and the beginning of modern Chinese literary criticism --Kuo Mo-jo and his development from aesthetico-impressionist to proletarian criticism --Ch'eng Fang-wu and his development from socio-aesthetic to "total criticism" --Yü Ta-fu and his panaesthetic criticism.
“This is a superb book, one of the best I've read that deal with fundamental issues in Western culture and literature. Its subtitle indicates a thesis concerning the role of the sacred in modern literary fiction, but as large as that topic is, I think the implications of the book go far beyond that.” —James G.
Williams, Syracuse UniversityCited by: The publication of this book, with its range and breadth of scholarship, is an event without precedent in the field of modern Chinese literary studies. Some of the essays read like polished vignettes while some are whimsical, others build swiftly to a punchy thesis, and others again offer distilled wisdom on a crucial topic.4/4(3).
2 See MARTIN, H.: A Transitional Concept of Chinese Literature — Liang Ch'i-ch'ao on Poetry-Reform, Historical Drama and the Political Novel. Oriens Extremus, 20, 2,pp. — This is probably the best treatment of the "prehistory" of modern Chinese literary criticism in English as far as Liang Ch 'i-ch'ao is concerned.
A Dictionary of Modern Critical Terms: Revised and Enlarged Edition 1st Edition. Roger Fowler Janu This book, first published indiffers from many other ‘dictionaries of criticism’ in concentrating less on time-honoured rhetorical terms and more on conceptually flexible, powerful terms.
Modern criticism of Genesis has centered on analysis of issues related to the composition of the text, and literary analyses focusing on such things as plot, theme, and use of literary devices.
Although at times the Hebrew and Greek of the Bible have been treated as sacred languages, and the history contained in the text has been regarded as somehow different from “ordinary” history, most forms of biblical exegesis employed in the modern era are applicable to many other bodies of literature.
Textual criticism is concerned with establishing, as far as is possible, the original. — It is argued that Genesis a makes a neat inclusio with Genesis However, there are problems that discourage dividing Genesis in this way.
First, the formula “this is the account” in Genesis a, if taken as a summary, would differ from its common use in Genesis where it uniformly refers to genealogy or narrative that. Talks at the Yan'an forum on literature and art Mao Zedong Realism today Hu Feng-- Reference matter.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This volume presents a broad range of writings on modern Chinese literature. Of the fifty-five essays included, forty-seven are translated here for the first time, including two essays by Lu Xun.
This volume presents a broad range of writings on literature from the period of the inception of literary modernity in China.
Of the 55 essays included, 47 are translated here for the first time, including two essays by Lu Xun. In addition to the selections themselves, the author has provided, in an extensive General Introduction and shorter introductions to the five parts of the book Reviews: 1.
Since the reform and opening up of China inWestern literary criticism has begun to flourish and gain in popularity within the country’s academic literature community. These two volumes meticulously select and examine nine of the most influential keywords from Western literary theory while identifying the intricate historical sources of these terms and analyzing their relevance to.
Marxism and Literary Criticism 2. Marxism and Literary Studies 3. Marxism & the Core Value System of Literary Evaluation 4. Literary Criticism in Contemporary China Part Two 5.
A History of Chinese Literature from Macro-level Perspective 6. Chinese Cultural Field and Chinese Literary Outlook 7. The Chinese kept consistent and accurate court records after the year BC, with the beginning of the Gonghe Regency of the Western Zhou earliest known narrative history of China was the Zuo Zhuan, which was compiled no later than BC, and attributed to the blind 5th-century BC historian Zuo Book of Documents is thought to have been compiled as far back as the 6th.
One of America’s preeminent literary critics, Bloom has been translated into 40 languages, and is a MacArthur Prize fellow. He called his book, The Anatomy of Influence, his “swansong” and in published The Daemon Knows: Literary Greatness and the American Sublime. This study--bridging contemporary theory, Chinese history, comparative literature, and culture studies--analyzes the historical interactions among China, Japan, and the West in terms of "translingual practice." By this term, the author refers to the process by which new words, meanings, discourses, and modes of representation arose, circulated.
In that spirit, A New Literary History of Modern China looks beyond state-sanctioned works and official narratives to reveal China as it has seldom been seen before, through a rich spectrum of writings covering Chinese literature from the late-seventeenth century to the present.
Literary criticism (or literary studies) is the study, evaluation, and interpretation of literary criticism is often influenced by literary theory, which is the philosophical discussion of literature's goals and methods. Though the two activities are closely related, literary critics are not always, and have not always been, theorists.
This book is a tour de force, bringing together many of the most important documents relating to the history of Taiwan literary criticism and firsthand reflections on writing and the literary scene from leading writers, playwrights, and poets.
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Kang and Ethel Nelson. I read The Discovery of Genesis about one and one half years ago, having borrowed it from a friend; but I was not as much impressed as Mr. Swanson was. . Hong Zicheng has been a professor of contemporary Chinese literature in the Chinese Department at Peking University since His most recent monograph is a revised edition of The History of Contemporary Poetry in China (, ), and he is also the director of the Contemporary Chinese Literature Institute at Peking University.
The A to Z of Modern Chinese Literature presents a broad perspective on the development and history of literature in modern China.
It offers a chronology, introduction, bibliography, and over cross-referenced dictionary entries on authors, literary and historical developments, trends, genres, and concepts that played a central role in the.China's transformation in the last few decades has been perhaps the most remarkable - and most controversial - development in modern history.
Barely a century removed from the struggling and outdated Qing Empire, China has managed to reinvent itself on an unprecedented scale: from Empire, to Communist state, to hybrid capitalist superpower.
Yet the full implications of China's rapid march to.