1. Editor's Introduction: Modern Chinese Literature from Local to Global
  2. Wang Ning
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  1. Transvaluing the New Culture Movement: Toward the Construction of a Cosmo-Humanism
  2. Wang Ning
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  1. Modern Chinese Literature under the Russian-Soviet Influence
  2. Yang Mingming, Yang Xin
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  1. Between Modern and Postmodern: Contemporary Chinese Poetry from the Outside in
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  1. Drama as Political Commentary: Women and the Legacy of the May Fourth Movement in Cao Yu's Plays
  2. Chengzhou He
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  1. Hong Kong Literature: Colonialism, Cosmopolitanism, Consumption
  2. Tong King Lee
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  1. Lu Xun and Modern Chinese Literature in the Context of World Literature
  2. Ming Dong Gu
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  1. Toward a New Narrative About China's Anti-Japanese War: Reading Bodily Anxiety in Ba Jin's Cold Nights
  2. Zou Li
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  1. Fortress Besieged: Cynicism and Qian Zhongshu's Narrative of the Modern Chinese "Self"
  2. Weihua He
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  1. The National and Cosmopolitan Significance of Jia Pingwa's Fiction
  2. Peng Qinglong
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  1. The Rationale of Realism in Yu Hua's To Live (1993)
  2. Lu Shao
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  1. Modern Chinese Literature and World Literature from a European Perspective
  2. Theo D'haen
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  1. The Unbearable Affects of Being
  2. Feng Dong
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  1. Emerging Improvisations: A Review of Writing in Real Time | Emergent Poetics from Whitman to the Digital
  2. James Belflower
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  1. Modernism at the Bar: Robert Spoo's Modernism and the Law
  2. Catherine Flynn
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  1. Rethinking Modernism, Sex and Gender
  2. Tanfer Emin Tunc
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  1. The Work of Art and the Art of Work
  2. Patrick Anson
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