A Fine Pen: The Chinese View of Katherine Mansfield
University of Otago Press, 2001 - 174 Seiten
For almost eighty years, Katherine Mansfield's stories and poems have been popular with Chinese readers and she has had a significant influence on a number of short-story writers. In this book Shifen Gong selects and introduces twenty texts about Mansfield and her work, translated into English for the first time. Together they bring fresh insights to the largely Eurocentric criticism of Mansfield's work, and at the same time provide a commentary on Chinese literary history. The story of the rises and falls in Mansfield's popularity is fascinating, as it shifts with the major social, political and literary trends which have given rise to modern China and its literature.
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Preface by the Translators New Zealand Research Centre
The Art of The Man Without a Temperament Xiao Qian 1988
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