3 edition of Postmodernist theory in recent studies of Chinese literature found in the catalog.
Postmodernist theory in recent studies of Chinese literature
by Dept. of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelpia, PA
Written in English
|Statement||by Anne Birrell.|
|Series||Sino-Platonic papers -- no. 105.|
|LC Classifications||PL2303 .B575 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Anne Birrell, "Postmodernist Theory in Recent Studies of Chinese Literature" Sino-Platonic Papers, (August, ) Numerous recent studies by Sinologists who specialize in literary studies have shown a remarkable willingness to engage with the theories, concepts, approaches, and tenninology of File Size: 1MB.
Postmodernist theory in recent studies of Chinese literature. Philadelpia, PA.: Dept. of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Pennsylvania,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anne Birrell. The Chinese Postmodern is a pioneering study of today's Chinese experimental fiction, exploring the works of such major writers as Can Xue, Ge Fei, Ma Yuan, Mo Yan, Xu Xiaohe, and Yu Hua from the perspective of cultural and literary postmodernity.
Focusing on the interplay between historical psychology and representational mode, and between political discourse and literary rhetoric, it Cited by: First published as a special issue of boundary 2, Postmodernism and China includes seven new essays.
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First published as a special issue of boundary 2, Postmodernism and China. includes seven new essays. By juxtaposing postmodernism with postsocialism and by analyzing China as a producer and not merely a consumer of the culture of the postmodern, it will contribute to critical discourses on globalism, modernity, and political economics, as well as to cultural and Asian studies.
The Chinese Postmodern: Trauma and Irony and the Unrepresentable,” Yang identifies the Chinese postmodern with a new consciousness of trauma. a time when many literary scholars are opting for a cultural studies or historical approach that minimizes the role of literature, it is exciting to read a book that resolutely emphasizes.
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A new vision to concepts of history, Time and Place: Postmodern formed sp ecial new ideas about the history, time and place, regarding history as an independent discipline, or as an entry point.
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