Modern Chinese Stories and Novellas, 1919-1949

By Joseph S. M. Lau; C. T. Hsia et al. | Go to book overview
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xiii
  • Lu HsÜn (1881-1936) 1
  • K'Ung I-Chi 3
  • Medicine 6
  • My Old Home 11
  • The New Year's Sacrifice 17
  • In the Wine Shop 27
  • Soap 33
  • HsÜ Ti-Shan (1893-1941) 39
  • The Merchant's Wife 41
  • Yü-Kuan 51
  • Yeh Shao-Chün (1894-) 88
  • Rice by Yeh Shao-Chün 90
  • Solitude 95
  • Horse-Bell Melons 106
  • Autumn by Yeh Shao-Chün 117
  • YÜ Ta-Fu (1896-1945) 123
  • Sinking by Yü Ta-Fu 125
  • Mao Tun (1896-1981) 142
  • Spring Silkworms 144
  • Lao She (1899-1966) 157
  • An Old Tragedy in a New Age 159
  • Ling Shu-Hua (1904- ) 195
  • Embroidered Pillows 197
  • The Night of Midautumn Festival 200
  • Jou Shih (1901-1931) 206
  • Slave-Mother 208
  • Shen Ts'Ung-Wen (1902- ) 220
  • Pai-Tzu 222
  • Hsiao-Hsiao 227
  • The Lamp 237
  • Quiet 247
  • Three Men and One Woman 253
  • Ting Ling (1907- ) 266
  • When I Was in Hsia Village 268
  • In the Hospital 279
  • Pa Chin (1904- ) 292
  • Nanny Yang by Pa Chin 293
  • The General by Pa Chin 299
  • Sinking Low by Pa Chin 305
  • Piglet and Chickens 313
  • Chao Shu-Li (1906-1970) 322
  • Lucky 324
  • Chang T'Ien-I (1906- ) 334
  • The Bulwark 336
  • Midautumn Festival 345
  • Hsiao ChÜn (190- ) 350
  • Goats 352
  • Wu Tsu-Hsiang (1908 -) 370
  • Young Master Gets His Tonic 372
  • Let There Be Peace 382
  • Fan Village 398
  • Ch'Ien Chung-Shu (1910- ) 416
  • The Inspiration 418
  • Souvenir 435
  • Hsiao Hung (1911-1942) 454
  • Hands 456
  • The Family Outsider 465
  • Tuan-Mu Hung-Liang (1912- ) 484
  • The Faraway Wind and Sand 487
  • The Rapid Current of the Muddy River by Tuan-Mu Hung-Liang 496
  • Lu Ling (1913- ) 508
  • The Coffins 510
  • Eileen Chang (1921-) 528
  • The Golden Cangue 530
  • Selected Bibliography of Modern Chinese Fiction 561
  • Notes on the Editors 569
  • Notes on the Translators and Contributors 571
  • Checklist of Authors, Dates, and Chinese Titles 577
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