Proscribed Chinese Writing
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This book, first published in 1976, is a collection of essays by Chinese scholars, all of whom have been criticised by the Chinese Communist Party or by the Government. The work of these authors constitutes an important part of Chinese literature, and these essays are placed in context by explanatory explanations and come with a glossary that defines words strictly within the boundaries of the story.
Table of Contents
1. Wild Lilies Wong Shih-Wei 2. Thoughts on March 8 Day Ting Ling 3. Understand and Respect Writers Ai Ching 4. Sketches of Chirping Cicadas Hsiao Chun 5. On Love and Tolerance Among Comrades Hsiao Chun 6. From Choosing Theatrical Programmes Hsia Yen 7. Secret of the Palace of White Ants Meng Chao 8. Chang Hsien-chung Kills or Kills Not? Meng Chao 9. Chrysanthemum and Goldfish Chin Mu 10. To Imitate Steps at Han Tan Chin Mu 11. The Complication of River Branches Chin Mu 12. Poisons and Medicins Chin Mu 13. Human and Ghosts Wu Han 14. Hai Jui Scolds the Emperor Wu Han 15. Stories About Bragging Teng To 16. Show Concern For All Things Teng To 17. Report What Comes Handy Liao Mo-Sha 18. Manner of Contention Chang Pai