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The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction (Comparative Cultural Studies) (Comparative Cultural Studies)

by Jin Feng

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Published by Purdue University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Chinese fiction,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Women in literature,
  • Asian - Chinese,
  • Feminist,
  • Women"s Studies - General,
  • Social Science / Women"s Studies,
  • Asian - General,
  • 20th century,
  • History and criticism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8600686M
    ISBN 10155753330X
    ISBN 109781557533302

      In late 19th- and early 20th-century America, a new image of womanhood emerged that began to shape public views and understandings of women’s role in fied by contemporaries as a Gibson Girl, a suffragist, a Progressive reformer, a bohemian feminist, a college girl, a bicyclist, a flapper, a working-class militant, or a Hollywood vamp, all of these images came to epitomize the Author: Einav Rabinovitch-Fox. Jin Feng 馮進 (China/USA) is the Orville and Mary Patterson Routt Professor of Literature in the Department of Chinese and Japanese at Grinnell books include Romancing the Internet: Consuming and Producing Chinese Web Romance (), The Making of a Family Saga: Ginling College () () and The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction ().

    Review Article: New Women, Modern Girls and the Shifting Semiotics of Gender in Early Twentieth-century Japan reviewed by Vera Mackie Ayako Kano, Acting Like a Woman in Modern Japan: Theater, Gender and Nationalism, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ; Barbara Sato, The New Japanese Woman: Modernity, Media and Women in Interwar Japan, Durham: Duke University Press, ;. With Stories for Saturday Timothy C. Wong makes an invaluable addition to the body of early twentieth-century Chinese fiction available in English: a selection of texts from the commercial periodical press unbeholden to May Fourth or post-May Fourth ideological and aesthetic programs and catering to an increasingly consumption- and leisure-oriented “middle-brow” readership in Shanghai and.

      Writing Women in Modern China is the first major anthology in English to highlight the contributions of women to modern literary culture with respect to the heated gender debates of early twentieth-century China. Featuring examples of fiction, drama, autobiography, essays, and poetry by eighteen writers, many of whom have been neglected by mainstream literary history, this collection. In Women's Tanci Fiction in Late Imperial and Early Modern China, Li Guo presents the first book-length study in English of women's tanci fiction, the distinctive Chinese form of narrative written in rhymed lines during the late imperial to early modern period (related to, but different from, the orally performed version also called tanci).


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The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction (Comparative Cultural Studies) (Comparative Cultural Studies) by Jin Feng Download PDF EPUB FB2

Buy This Book in Print summary Jin Feng proposes that representation of the "new woman" in Communist Chinese fiction of the earlier twentieth century was paradoxically one of the ways in which male writers of the era explored, negotiated, and laid claim Author: Jin Feng.

In The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction, Jin Feng proposes that representation of the "new woman" in Communist Chinese fiction of the earlier twentieth century was paradoxically one of the ways in which male writers of the era explored, negotiated, and laid claim to their own emerging identity as "modern" intellectuals.

"Jin Feng addresses both the general and the specialized audience of fiction in early-twentieth-century Chinese fiction in three ways: for scholars of the May Fourth period, Feng redresses the emphasis on the simplistic, gender-neutral representation of the new woman by rereading selected texts in the light of marginalized discourse and by an analysis of the evolving strategies of narrative.

: New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction (Comparative Cultural Studies) (): Feng, Jin: BooksAuthor: Jin Feng. Get this from a library. The new woman in early twentieth-century Chinese fiction. [Jin Feng] -- In The New Woman in Early Twentieth-century Chinese Fiction, Jin Feng discusses representations of women in May Fourth fiction, issues of gender, modernity, individualism, subjectivity, and narrative.

Jin Feng proposes that representation of the "new woman" in Communist Chinese fiction of the earlier twentieth century was paradoxically one of the ways in which male writers of the era explored, negotiated, and laid claim to their own emerging identity as "modern" intellectuals.

The New Woman was a feminist ideal that emerged in the late 19th century and had a profound influence on feminism well into the 20th century.

InIrish writer Sarah Grand used the term "new woman" in an influential article, to refer to independent women seeking radical change, and in response the English writer 'Ouida' (Maria Louisa Rame) used the term as the title of a follow-up article.

In The New Woman in Early Twentieth-century Chinese Fiction, Jin Feng discusses representations of women in May Fourth fiction, issues of gender, modernity, individualism, subjectivity, and narrative strategy.

In this thought-provoking book about a crucial period of Chinese literature, Feng argues that male writers such as Lu Xun, Yu Dafu, Ba Jin, and Mao Dun created fictional women as Author: China-Underground.

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New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction Feng, Jin Published by Purdue University Press Feng, Jin. New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese : Jin Feng. Twentieth-Century American Women's Fiction: A Critical Introduction. New York, New York, Reynolds views writing by women as inextricably linked to historical and social issues as well as the literary concerns pervasive throughout the twentieth : Wendy Martin, Sharon Becker.

Jin Feng, in her paper "The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction," proposes that the representation of the "new woman" in Chinese fiction was paradoxically one of the ways in which male writers of the era explored, negotiated, and laid claim to their own emerging identity as "modern" intellectuals.

Previous scholarship on fiction of the period probed occasionally the thematic Cited by:   Feng, Jin. The New Woman in Early Twentieth-century Chinese Fiction. West Lafayette: Purdue UP, Hu, Lanqi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].(In a German Women's Prison).

Shanghai: Shenghuo shudian, Hu, Lanqi. "Excerpts from In a German Women's Prison." Trans. Amy Dooling. Writing Women in Modern China the Revolutionary Years, Abstract: Jin Feng, in her paper "The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction," proposes that the representation of the "new woman" in Chinese fiction was paradoxically one of the ways in which male writers of the era explored, negotiated, and laid claim Cited by: 作者: Jin Feng isbn: X 书名: The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction 页数: 定价: USD 出版社: Purdue University Press 装帧: Paperback 出版年: The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction 作者: Jin Feng 出版社: Purdue University Press 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: In her day, Nell Brinkley and her cartoon women were hugely popular, the subject of mass advertising campaigns and stage show parodies, yet today she, and her 'Brinkley Girls', are almost forgotten, while less accomplished artist's creations, such as the "Gibson Girls", are fondly remembered/5(3).

Ping Zhu, Gender and Subjectivities in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature and Culture New York: Palgrave Macmillan ix + pp. ISBN: (Hardcover, US$) The changing concept and deployment of the feminine has led to fruitful developments in scholarly deliberations on twentieth-century Chinese culture and history.

Feng addresses aspects of audience in early-twentieth-century Chinese fiction with regard to the emphasis on the simplistic, gender-neutral representation of the new women and by an analysis of. Her books include Romancing the Internet: Consuming and Producing Chinese Web Romance (), The Making of a Family Saga: Ginling College () () and The New Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction ().

R. Keith Schoppa is Professor and Doehler Chair in Asian History at Loyola College in Maryland. He is the author of several books including Chinese Elites and Political Change: Zhejiang Province in the Early Twentieth Century (Harvard, ), Xiang Lake--Nine Centuries of Chinese Life (Yale, ), Blood Road: The Mystery of Shen Dingyi in Revolutionary China (California, ), and The.UW Mailbox Seattle, WA Fax: () Email: [email protected] Publisher for the University of Washington Member of the Association of University Presses.Writing Women in Modern China is the first major anthology in English to highlight the contributions of women to modern literary culture with respect to the heated gender debates of early twentieth-century China.

Featuring examples of fiction, drama, autobiography, essays, and poetry by eighteen writers, many of whom have been neglected by mainstream literary history, this/5.