Worlds of Modern Chinese Fiction: Short Stories & Novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong

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WORLDS OF
MODERN
CHINESE
FICTION

SHORT

STORIES &

NOVELLAS

FROM THE

PEOPLE'S

REPUBLIC,

TAIWAN &

HONG KONG

Michael S. Duke, editor

An East Gate Book

M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Armonk, New York

London, England

-iii-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Blue Bottlecap 3
  • The General's Monument 13
  • A Wordless Monument 29
  • The Hut on the Hill 41
  • White Dog and the Swings 45
  • The Stream of Life Hong Feng 63
  • Lai Suo 76
  • Mountain Road 99
  • Dream Scenario 120
  • The Conquerors 125
  • A Love Letter Never Sent 145
  • A Woman like Me 163
  • Reunion Shi Shuqing 174
  • A Place of One's Own 193
  • Green Sleeves 206
  • The Window 221
  • My Son, Hansheng Xiao Sa 227
  • Shangri-La Wang Zhenhe 246
  • Number Nine Winch Handle Alley 268
  • Race Day 295
  • Wrong Number Liu Yichang 303
  • Night Revels Hai Xin 305
  • Aunty Li's Pocket Watch 311
  • Mother Lode 319
  • Dazzling Poma 329
  • About the Authors 339
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