207779

Springer, Dordrecht

2018

196 pages

ISBN 978-981-10-6447-0

Literature journals in the war of resistance against Japanese aggression in China (1931-1938)

This book examines the development of Chinese literature journals and social ideologies from 1931 to 1938, combining first-hand historical materials, historical data and four important literature journals to study the competition and cooperation between various powers such as the Kuomintang, the CCP, the "Third Party", and intellectuals. This book describes the most influential Chinese literature journals and their political background during that period, and explains the relations between disparate political and social powers, helping to decipher Chinese intellectuals' cultural positionsduring this time. 

The author concludes with the provocative thesis that there was a progression in literature of the Nanjing Decade from an emphasis on class struggle to national salvation to a humanism that transcended these differences.

——Arif Dirlik, author of "Culture and History in Postrevolutionary China: The Perspective of Global Modernity"  

——David Der-wei Wang, Professor of Harvard University

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-6448-7

Full citation [Harvard style]:

(2018). Literature journals in the war of resistance against Japanese aggression in China (1931-1938), Springer, Dordrecht.

Introduction

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1-30

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The "third party" and jie xi

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31-72

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The official ideology and yue feng

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115-138

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Conclusion

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163-186

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