David Der-wei Wang

David Der-wei Wang is Edward C. Henderson Professor of Chinese Literature and Comparative Literature, Harvard University, and Director of the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinology (CCK-IUC).

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Cover: A New Literary History of Modern ChinaA New Literary History of Modern ChinaWang, David Der-weiHARDCOVER05/22/2017$45.00
Cover: Dynastic Crisis and Cultural Innovation: From the Late Ming to the Late Qing and BeyondDynastic Crisis and Cultural Innovation: From the Late Ming to the Late Qing and BeyondWang, David Der-wei
Shang, Wei
HARDCOVER02/28/2006$60.00
Cover: From May Fourth to June Fourth: Fiction and Film in Twentieth-Century ChinaFrom May Fourth to June Fourth: Fiction and Film in Twentieth-Century ChinaWidmer, Ellen
Wang, David Der-wei
PAPERBACK01/01/1993$49.50
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