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|Notes:||"This cultural history of Chinese demonstrates that the language grew and responded to its music and visual expression in a manner very similar to contemporary English and other western languages. This study shows how language has expanded the scope of Chinese imagination and offers a glimpse into the future of younger languages throughout the world"--Provided by publisher.|
|Description:||V, 264 S.|
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It is a very good work
The author's main idea is that Chinese language is heavily impacted by the historical development of other forms of expression such as literature, dance, music, and theater. She skillfully explores the relationship between and among these media and sketches a compelling framework that can ignite...
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