Lost voices of modernity
a Chinese popular fiction magazine in context
|Subject||Chinese fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Chinese fiction. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00857362
LITERARY CRITICISM -- Asian -- General. -- bisacsh
Volksliteratur. -- swd
Lost Voices of Modernity uncovers the story of the most popular and perhaps the most maligned modern Chinese literary journal, Xiaoshuo yuebao (The Short Story Magazine). By placing publication, contributions, and contributors within their specific cultural, social, and political contexts, Gimpel provides an astonishingly cogent picture of a reform-through-fiction project created and managed by a dedicated body of writers attempting to address the concerns of the day.