Masterpieces By Modern Chinese Fiction Writers

Masterpieces By Modern Chinese Fiction Writers This collection features short stories by leading Chinese writers published between the early s and the late s in various Chinese literary magazines The short stories and writers featured in t

  • Title: Masterpieces By Modern Chinese Fiction Writers
  • Author: Sidney Shapiro
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • This collection features short stories by leading Chinese writers published between the early 1920s and the late 1940s in various Chinese literary magazines The short stories and writers featured in this collection are 1 The Child at the Lakeside by Wang Tongzhao 2 Intoxicating Spring Nights by Yu Dafu 3 How Mr.Pan Weathered the Storm by Ye Shengtao 4 The Diary of MThis collection features short stories by leading Chinese writers published between the early 1920s and the late 1940s in various Chinese literary magazines The short stories and writers featured in this collection are 1 The Child at the Lakeside by Wang Tongzhao 2 Intoxicating Spring Nights by Yu Dafu 3 How Mr.Pan Weathered the Storm by Ye Shengtao 4 The Diary of Miss Sophia by Ding Ling 5 A Hired Wife by Rou Shi 6 The Husband by Shen Congwen 7 The Separation by Bing Xin 8 Big Sister Liu by Xu Dishan 9 Crescent Moon by Lao She 10 Hands by Xiao Hong 11 Mr.Hua Wei by Zhang Tianyi 12 The Marriage of Young Blacky by Zhao Shuli 13 Lotus Creek by Sun Li 14 Mrs.Shi Qing by Ai WuThe edition is in bilingual format with the Chinese prose on the left page and the corresponding English prose on the right page This edition is very useful for new international students of the Chinese language and new Chinese students of the English language.

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    • Laraib Pervez says:

      “Echo of Classics” is a Chinese book translated by Sydney E. Shapiro. It is a collection of stories written by Lao She and others; in which the authors tells the reader about 90’s era China and the lifestyle of the people. It explains about how the people in China endured poverty and their difficulty looking for employment. This book is informational and introduces a person to a totally different culture. The tone of this book is very serious, depressing, and at times it was bitter-sweet. [...]

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