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Contemporary Chinese fiction writers : biography, bibliography, and critical assessment

Author: Laifong Leung
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Bio-bibliography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Ebook version :
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laifong Leung
ISBN: 9780765617606 0765617609
OCLC Number: 1062300120
Description: 1 volume ; 25 cm
Contents: Ah Cheng (m): King of Chess Ah Lai (m): Half Hui and half TibetanBai Hua (m): Braving through political campaignsBei Cun (m): A Christian writerBi Feiyu (m): Portraying women and the blind peopleCan Xue (f): Probing the subconscious and the grotesque Chen Cun (m): Subverting the grand narrativeChen Ran (f): A sensitive feministChen Jiangong (M): From the coalmine to the Beijing alleysChen Zhongshi (m): Constructing the White Deer Plain Cheng Naishan (f): Nostalgia for old Shanghai Chi Li (f): Capturing the rhythm of the city Chi Zijian (f): Writer from North Pole VillageCong Weixi (m): Gulag SurvivorDai Houying (f): From fervent Red Guard to critic of MaoDeng Youmei (m): Re-imaging old BeijingFang Fang (f): Constructing the "landscape" of WuhanFeng Jicai (m): Rescuing human nature and folk cultureGao Xiaosheng (m): Writing satire and fantasy Gao Xingjian (m): Nobel Prize winner, novelist and playwrightGe Fei (m): A literati with avant-garde characteristicsHan Shaogong (m): Rustication and root-searchingHe Liwei (m): Innovator of narrative languageJia Pingwa (m): A peasant literati in Xi'anJiang Rong (m): Playing with wolves Jiang Zilong (m): Forerunner of Reform LiteratureKong Jiesheng (m): From Canton to Washington D.C.Lao Gui (m): A rebel Li Hangyu (m): Searching roots in folk culture Li Rui (m): Digging the deep earth Liang Xiaosheng (m): An angry youth from HarbinLin Bai (f): A feminist wanderer from GuangxiLin Jinlan (m): A wise man knowing the art of emptinessLiu Heng (m): From fiction to film to dramaLiu Cixin (m): A star in Chinese Science FictionLiu Qingbang (m): King of Short FictionLiu Shaotang (m): Preserving tales along the Grand Canal Liu Xinwu (m): Pioneer of Scar Literature Liu Xinglong (m): A humanist from small townLiu Zhengyun (m): Piercing through officialdom and historyLu Tianming (m): Fearless writer of Anti-corruption FictionLu Wenfu (m): Connoisseur of Suzhou Lu Xing'er (f): Promoting women's self-empowermentLu Xinhua (m): Father of Scar LiteratureLu Yao (m): Caught between rural and urbanMa Yuan (m): Creator of labyrinths Mai Jia (m): Pioneer of Spy FictionMo Yan (m): Nobel Prize winner from the land of Red Sorghum Qiu Huadong (m): A city "intruder" Shen Rong (f): From propagandist to satire Shi Tiesheng (m): Not confined to a wheelchairSu Tong (m): An energetic story teller from SuzhouTaxi Tawa (m): Writing Tibet and its soul Tie Ning (f): A versatile writer of the rural and the urbanWang Anyi (f): Flexible and prolific writer from Shanghai Wang Meng (m): Forever a young man Wang Shuo (m): Not only a "hooligan writer"Wang Zengqi (m): Merging with nature and the void Xu Kun (f): Between Beijing and ShenyangXu Xiaobin (f): Not just a feminist writerYan Lianke (m): An exuberant peasant-soldier writer Yang Xianhui (m): Chronicling the Gulag and the famine Ye Guangqin (f): A Manchu PrincessYe Xin (m): Writing rustication and ShanghaiYu Hua (m): Obsessed with paranoia, violence, and sufferingZhang Chengzhi (m): Red Guard and Muslim Zhang Jie (f): An angry feministZhang Kangkang (f): A trend setter and more Zhang Ping (m): A fierce critic of corruptionZhang Wei (m): A literati from ShandongZhang Xian (m): Sympathizer of women's plightZhang Xianliang (m): Prominent writer of the Chinese Gulag Zhang Xin (f): Portraying women entrepreneurs in CantonZhang Xinxin (f): Restless woman on the roadZheng Wanlong (m): Seeking roots in gold mines and minoritiesZheng Yi (m): A flexible rebel and thinkerZhou Daxin (m): Escaping from the plateau Zhu Lin (f): Giving voice to women and the juvenile Zhu Xiaoping (m): An outsider in Mulberry Tree Village80. Zong Pu (f): A woman literati and modernist
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