Rethinking Chinese popular culture cannibalizations of the canon

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  • Chinese literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
  • Popular culture -- China

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Statementedited by Carlos Rojas and Eileen Cheng-yin Chow.
SeriesRoutledge contemporary China series
ContributionsRojas, Carlos., Chow, Eileen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL2303 .R45 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16900196M
ISBN 100415468809, 020388664X
ISBN 109780415468800, 9780203886649
LC Control Number2008023499

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As the only volume of its kind to cover the entire span of the 20 th century, and also to consider the interplay of popular and canonical literature in modern China with comparable rigor, Rethinking Chinese Popular Culture is an important resource for students and scholars of Chinese literature and cturer: Routledge.

Book Description. Through analyses of a wide range of Chinese literary and visual texts from the beginning of the twentieth century through the contemporary period, the thirteen essays in this volume challenge the view that canonical and popular culture are self-evident and diametrically opposed categories, and instead argue that the two cultural sensibilities are inextricably bound up with.

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