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Harvard East Asian Monographs 250

Trauma and Transcendence in Early Qing Literature

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ISBN 9780674017757

Publication Date: 05/15/2006


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  • Contributors
  • Introduction [Wai-yee Li]
  • I. Poetry
    • Confronting History and Its Alternative in Early Qing Poetry: An Introduction [Wai-yee Li]
    • History and Memory in Wu Weiye’s Poetry [Wai-yee Li]
    • Loyalism, Exile, Poetry: Revising the Monk Hanke [Lawrence C. H. Yim]
    • Qian Qianyi and His Place in History [Kang-i Sun Change]
  • II. Prose
    • Introduction [Ellen Widmer]
    • Mao Xiang and Yu Huai: Early Qing Romanting yimin [Yasushi Oki]
    • Between Worlds: Huang Zhouxing’s Imaginary Garden [Ellen Widmer]
    • Novelty, Character, and Community in Zhang Chao’s Yu Chu xinzhi [Allan H. Barr]
    • Fictional Reunions in the Wake of Dynastic Fall [Tina Lu]
    • Dreaming the Past: Memory and Continuity Beyond the Ming Fall [Robert E. Hegel]
  • III. Drama
    • Drama after the Conquest: An Introduction [Wilt L. Idema]
    • “Crossing the Sea in a Leaking Boat”: Three Plays by Ding Yaokang [Wilt L. Idema]
    • Wu Weiye’s Dramatic Works and His Aesthetics of Dynastic Transition [Dietrich Tschanz]
    • Music and Performance in Hong Sheng’s Palace of Lasting Life [Judith T. Zietlin]
    • “I Don’t Want to Act as Emperor Any More”: Finding the Genuine in Peach Blossom Fan [Stephen Owen]
  • Index

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