Revolutionary Literature in China: An Anthology

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John Berninghausen and Ted Huters3Introductory Essay
Zhou Shou-juan12We Shall Meet Again/short story (1914) --translated by Perry Link
Ye Sheng-tao18People Who Insult People/essay (1921) --translated by Perry Link
Zheng Zhen-duo19A Literature of Blood and Tears/essay (1921) --translated by Perry Link
Ye Sheng-tao20 On the Bridge/short story (1923) --translated by Donald Holoch
Guo Mo-ruo27Revolution and Literature/essay (1926) --translated by Lars Ellström
Cheng Fang-wu33From a Literary Revolution to a Revolutionary Literature/essay (1928) --translated by Michael Gotz
Mao Dun37From Guling to Tokyo/essay (1928) --translated by Yu-shih Chen
Qu Qiu-bai44Who's "We"?/essay (1932) --translated by Paul Pickowicz
Qu Qiu-bai47The Question of Popular Literature and Art/essay (1932) --translated by Paul Pickowicz
Ding Ling52A Day/short story (1930) --translated by Gary Bjorge
Mao Dun56In Front of the Pawnshop/short story (1932) --translated by John Berninghausen
Zhang Tian-yi62Hatred/short story (1932) --translated by Shu-ying Tsau
Ma Ke71Man and Wife Learn to Read/one-act Yangge play (1945) --translated by David Holm
Qin Zhao-yang81Silence/short story (1957) --translated by Jean James
Zhou Li-bo85The Guest/short story (1964) --translated by Joe Huang
Hao Ran92Debut/short story (1966) --translated by Wong Kam-ming
John Berninghausen and Ted Huters98Short Annotated Bibliography
103Contributors

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