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To show the breadth of contemporary Chinese fiction, we’ve selected six authors to profile.

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1) The Republic of Wine by Mo Yan. . The Harvard Contemporary China Series is designed to present new research that deals with present-day issues against the background of Chinese history and society.

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Gu Long (1938 – 1985) is best known for writing wuxia novels and serials. .

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The Search for Modern China is a 1990 non-fiction book by Jonathan Spence, published by Century Hutchinson and W. . A History of Modern Chinese Popular Literature Trs.

Books in this series will be published promptly enough to suit the the timeliness of the subjects, and economically enough to be affordable. Feb 10, 2023 · 7. (shelved 3 times as modern-china) avg rating 4. xxv+804 pp. 253 pp. .

I guess this is a book that demonstrates that you don’t have to be on the edges of the PRC to have a really hard life in China.

Jung Chang. Chinese American writer Yiyun Li is popular both here at home (where she is an editor at the magazine A Public Space) and abroad, which makes sense since her work is equally split between historical stories based in China and the contemporary Chinese diaspora.

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Chinese American writer Yiyun Li is popular both here at home (where she is an editor at the magazine A Public Space) and abroad, which makes sense since her work is equally split between historical stories based in China and the contemporary Chinese diaspora.

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