Contemporary Chinese Literature: An Anthology of Post-Mao Fiction and Poetry

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CONTEMPORARY
CHINESE
LITERATURE
An Anthology of Post-Mao Fiction and Poetry

Edited with introductions by Michael S. Duke for the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars

M. E. SHARPE, INC., ARMONK, NEW YORK/ LONDON

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Chinese Literature in the Post-Mao Era: The Return of "Critical Realism" 3
  • RUINS 7
  • Open Ground 9
  • The Homecoming Stranger 11
  • HISTORY 17
  • Blacky 19
  • Father's Milk Is Also Blood Transformed 25
  • Downpour on a Leaky Roof 30
  • Fu Da Regains His Wife 35
  • A WORLD OF THEIR OWN 39
  • Poems by Bei Dao 41
  • Poems by Gu Cheng 47
  • Poems by Shu Ting 52
  • Poems by Xie Ye, Jiang Wenyan, and Zhang Zhen 55
  • INTELLECTUAL YOUTH IN QUEST OF LIGHT AND TRUTH 57
  • Autumn 59
  • Spring Chill 80
  • WOMEN THEN AND NOW 89
  • The Widow 91
  • The Tolling of a Distant Bell 98
  • THE SYSTEM 107
  • No! 109
  • Providing a Meal 115
  • Troubled Sunday 120
  • MARGINAL LIVES 127
  • One Winter's Evening 129
  • Lunch Break 134
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