By Pang-Yuan Chi, David Der-wei Wang
"... a big contribution to the examine of contemporary chinese language literature." -- Choice"This tremendous, scholarly survey of chinese language literature due to the fact that 1949... discusses such developments as modernism, nativism, realism, root-seeking and 'scar' literature, 'misty' poets, and political, feminist, and societal concerns in smooth chinese language literature." -- Library JournalThis quantity is a survey of recent chinese language literature in the second one 1/2 the 20th century. It has 3 targets: (1) to introduce figures, works, hobbies, and debates that represent the dynamics of chinese language literature from 1949 to the tip of the century; (2) to depict the enunciative endeavors, starting from ideological treatises to avant-garde experiments, that tell the polyphonic discourse of chinese language cultural politics; (3) to watch the historic components that enacted the interaction of literary (post)modernities throughout the chinese language groups within the Mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and in another country.
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Ontology investigates the meaning of existence (understood as an activity involving the interpretive creation of the world, not its apprehension as a pure object). Epistemology and axiology are extensions of ontology and apprehend the meaning of existence from both its objective and subjective aspects. Erected upon the philosophical base of subjectivity, the new literary theory viewed literary activity as a mode of free spiritual existence, not as a reflection of the real world. Thus, literary existence transcends reality; it is a comprehension of the meaning of existence (meaning that transcends reality).
Chinese literary critics have gradually become aware that their spiritual lords of this century have all been created by foreigners—some by Germans and some by Russians. It is the same for literary theorists, most of whose lords have been created by Germans and Russians, some by the 4 | ZAIFU LIU French and Americans. This situation has resulted in a lack of originality in theory or, as some would say, the lack of a primal impetus to formulate theory. Consequently, the issues discussed by Chinese theorists have often already been discussed elsewhere, and therefore they seem repetitive or rehashed.
In lieu of introducing Chinese literature since the late 1980s according to the conventional geopolitical boundaries and ideological closures, I propose to describe it as a discursive space of overlapping cultures and shared imaginary resources. By drawing examples from mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and overseas communities, I will chart four coordinates that best delineate the topography of this space. To begin with, one of the most fascinating phenomena in Chinese literature since the 1980s has been the radicalization of traditional realist discourse.