on the Soviet experience. Qu Guangci (1962) devotes a section to Jiang's translations of Russian literary works, emphasizing the popularity and wide circulation they enjoyed in China during the 1920s and 1930s.
Works by Jiang Guangci
Xin meng. 1st ed. Shanghai: Shanghai shudian, 1925.
Jiang Guangci quanji (Complete works). Shanghai: Shanghai xin wenji shudian, 1932.
Schyns, Joseph. 1500 Modern Chinese Novels and Plays. Peiping: Catholic University Press, 1948. (Reprint, Hong Kong: Lung Men Bookstore, 1966.)
Jiang Guangci xuanji (Selective works by Jiang Guangci). Ed. Huang Yaomian. Beijing: Wenhua shenghuo, 1951.
“Hassan” (“Laotaipo yu Asan”). In Straw Sandals, 170-83. Trans. and ed. Kai-yu Hsü. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1974.
Berninghausen, John, and Theodore Huters, eds. Revolutionary Literature in China: An Anthology. White Plains, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1976.
Selective Studies of Jiang Guangci
Cherkassky, Leonid E. “Chiang Kuang-tz'u.” In Novaya kitaiskaya poezia 20-30 gody, 276-307. Moscow: Nauka, 1972.
Fokkema, Douwe W., and Elrud Kunne-Ibsch. “Marxist Theories of Literature.” In Theories of Literature in the Twentieth Century, 81-135. London: Macmillan, 1977.
Galik, Marian. “Studies in Modern Chinese Literary Criticism VI: Chiang Kuang-tz'u's Concept of Revolutionary Literature.” Asian and African Studies 8 (1972): 43-70.
Hsia Tsi-an. “The Phenomenon of Chiang Kuang-tz'u.” In The Gate of Darkness: Studies on the Leftist Literary Movement in China, 55-100. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1968.
Lee, Leo Ou-fan. The Romantic Generation of Modern Chinese Writers. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1973.
McDougall, Bonnie. The Introduction of Western Literary Theories into Modern China,1919-1925. Tokyo: Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies, 1971.
Qu Guangci. “Jiang Guangci zhu yi xinian mulu.” In Zhongguo xiandai wenyi ziliao, diyi chi, 167-84. Shanghai: Shanghai shudian, 1962.
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