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Manuscripts of Chinese writers, 1949-1995.

Author: 聂华苓, 残雪, 夏易, 丁玲, 蓉子, 罗门, 乌热尔图, 王蒙, 徐迟, 肖军, 袁则难, 张错, 钟晓阳, ; ; Hualing NiePaul EngleCanxueYi XiaAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Chinese
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In 1991, The University of Iowa established a program to collect the work of prominent Chinese writers. Printed and manuscript materials were acquired, primarily handwritten and photocopy of handwritten in nature, both by purchase and by gift. There are two series in this collection: series I, correspondence concerning acquisition of the materials; series II, the manuscripts themselves.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Manuscripts
Photocopies
Photographs
Articles
Journals (periodicals)
Archives
Named Person: Hualing Nie; Hualing Nie
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: 聂华苓, 残雪, 夏易, 丁玲, 蓉子, 罗门, 乌热尔图, 王蒙, 徐迟, 肖军, 袁则难, 张错, 钟晓阳, ; ; Hualing Nie; Paul Engle; Canxue; Yi Xia; Ling Ding; Rongzi; Men Luo; Wure'ertu; Meng Wang; Chi Xu; Jun Xiao; Zenan Yuan; Cuo Zhang; Xiaoyang Zhong
OCLC Number: 191907868
Language Note: In Chinese, some poems and journal articles in English.
Notes: Title from its Finding aid website.
Description: 3.0 linear ft. (6 boxes)
Contents: Sang Qing yu Taohong / Hie Hualing --
Qian shan wai, shui chang liu / Hie Hualing --
Shanshan, ni zai na li? / Hie Hualing --
Gao Taitai de zhou mo / Hie Hualing --
Liu Binyan / Hie Hualing --
Lu yuan qing shi / Nie Hualing, Angeer. Ni rang wo shun shui piao liu / Wureertu --
Jie jing / Xu Chi --
Waerdeng hu / Xu Chi [yi] --
Wo de ping sheng "da jia" de gu shi jian lun / Xiao Jun --
Huan Zhenzhen / Zhong Xiaoyang --
Yi liang ren / Zhong Xiaoyang --
Zhenzhen de gu shi / Zhong Xiaoyang --
Ai ge / Zhong Xiaoyang.
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In 1991, The University of Iowa established a program to collect the work of prominent Chinese writers. Printed and manuscript materials were acquired, primarily handwritten and photocopy of handwritten in nature, both by purchase and by gift. There are two series in this collection: series I, correspondence concerning acquisition of the materials; series II, the manuscripts themselves.

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