Following China's successful decollectivization, diverse new organizational forms arose in response to different local situations. The contributors dissect the relationships among the emerging class of entrepreneurs, local officials, and their family members and associates.
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This is a critical study of the major novels and short stories of Minako Oba (1930-) the undisputed leader in the resurgence of women writers in Japan. Oba is a postmodernist, rethinking gender and culture, encompassing the theme of female Bildungsroman, and drawing on marinated memories.