1. The Literary Mind and the Carving of Modernities
  2. David Der-Wei Wang
  3. pp. 203-214
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  1. The “Natural Rhythm” of Chinese Poetry: Physical and Linguistic Perspectives since 1919
  2. Yu-Yu Cheng, Ming-Tak Ted Hui, Chien-Hsin Tsai
  3. pp. 215-232
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  1. From Modernity to Tradition: Zhu Ziqing’s Chinese Literary Criticism
  2. Leonard Kwok Kou Chan
  3. pp. 233-257
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  1. Chinese Literary Thought in Modern Times: Shi, Xing, and Shishi
  2. David Der-Wei Wang
  3. pp. 258-288
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  1. Poetry as Memoir: Shi Zhecun’s Miscellaneous Poems of a Floating Life
  2. Kang-I Sun Chang
  3. pp. 289-311
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  1. A Paper Mirror: Autobiographical Moments in Modern Chinese Poetry
  2. Shengqing Wu
  3. pp. 312-334
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  1. Who Am I?: Identity, Resistance, and Resilience in the Classical-Style Poetry of Nie Gannu
  2. Haosheng Yang
  3. pp. 335-356
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  1. On the Critical Reception of Lu Xun’s Early Classical-Style Essays of the Japan Period
  2. Jon Eugene von Kowallis
  3. pp. 357-399
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  1. Lu Xun, the Critical Buddhist: A Monstrous Ekāyana
  2. Ying Lei
  3. pp. 400-428
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  1. In Search of Humanity in the Mao Era: The Contemporary Classical Poetry of Chen Yinke, Nie Gannu, and Wang Xindi
  2. Xia Zhongyi, Brian Skerratt
  3. pp. 429-447
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 471-474
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