Review Articles (East Asian Studies)
Items in this Collection
- 1, Meir Shahar,
- 1Blue Star Poetry Society; Epoch Literary Society; Bamboo Hat Literary Society;
- 1CT Hsia, religion, Mark Meulenbeld
- 1Chinese/Sinophone literature;
- 1Ming dynasty
This is a detailed review of Dr. Sung-sheng Yvonne Chang's book Literary Culture in Taiwan, a work that charts the path from literary developments in Taiwan under martial law to the post-martial law period when market forces began to prevail in the literary realm. Lupke emphasizes the theoretical...
Cheung, Dominic, The Isle Full of Noises: Modern Chinese Poetry from Taiwan and Julia Lin, Essays on Contemporary Chinese PoetryDownload
This is a lengthy review article on two books about postwar Chinese language or Sinophone poetry from Taiwan. The article covers Dominic Cheung's capacious anthology of poetry translated into English and Julia Lin's scholarly work that deals chapter-by-chapter with a dozen important poets....
This review article provides an extended analysis of P. Steven Sangren's book Filial Obsessions: Chinese Patriliny and Its Discontents (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), an extended reinterpretation of the Chinese notion of filiality and concurrent analysis of the Ming dynasty novel Fengshen Yanyi...
This review article surveys three new books that take up, to one extent or another, the theme of filiality (xiao) in late imperial Chinese literature, especially vernacular fiction. The article provides context for and analyzes all three works in an effort to outline some of the key features of...