8 edition of Zhou Zuoren and An Alternative Chinese Response to Modernity found in the catalog.
June 1, 2000
by Harvard University Asia Center
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
In addition, the editor has provided an extensive general introduction and shorter introductions to the five parts of the book, historical background, a synthesis of current scholarship on modern views of Chinese literature, and an original thesis on . In a ground-breaking monograph on Zhou Zuoren, Susan Daruvala shows how Zhou constructed an alternative response to modernity by probing into traditional Chinese resources, especially aesthetic concepts, the essay form and literary history.2 She argues cogently that Zhou deployed these resources to challenge the dominant May-Fourth discourse of Author: Wei Zhang.
traditional Chinese culture persisting in the modern development of China, and thereby constructs a unique Chinese model of modern development an alternative modernity in other words. Therefore the western model might not the best choicefor nonWestern societies. It is impossible for non - -western. Tradition and Modernity in China 3 Chinese visual culture (Zi, ). As the reader progresses through this book, it will become clear that the debates that surround visual culture are not purely aesthetic ones. An understanding of the ideological issues surrounding the appearance of things and the social circumstances thatFile Size: KB.
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This is a study of the modern Chinese writer Zhou Zuoren () and of alternative responses to nationalism and modernity. Zhou was an important early contributor to the watershed May Fourth New Culture movement (), which set the direction for the subsequent development of modern Chinese literature.¹ Zhou represented the humanistic.
This book explores the issues of nation and modernity in China by focusing on the work of Zhou Zuoren (), one of the most controversial of modern Chinese intellectuals and brother of the writer Lu Xun.
Zhou was radically at odds with many of his contemporaries and opposed their nation-building and modernization by: This book explores the issues of nation and modernity in China by focusing on the work of Zhou Zuoren (), one of the most controversial of modern Chinese intellectuals and brother of the writer Lu Xun.
Zhou was radically at odds with many of his contemporaries and opposed their nation-building and modernization projects. Through his literary and aesthetic practice as an. Get this from a library. Zhou Zuoren and an alternative Chinese response to modernity. [Susan Daruvala] -- "This book explores the issues of nation and modernity in China by focusing on the work of Zhou Zuoren (), one of the most controversial and least understood of modern Chinese intellectuals.
This book explores the issues of nation and modernity in China by focusing on the work of Zhou Zuoren (), one of the most controversial of modern Chinese intellectuals and brother of the writer Lu Xun. Zhou was radically at odds with many of his contemporaries and opposed their nation Author: Susan Daruvala.
Zhou Zuoren and an Alternative Chinese Response to Modernity Susan Daruvala This book explores the issues of nation and modernity in China by focusing on the work of Zhou Zuoren (), one of the most controversial of modern Chinese intellectuals and brother of.
Capturing Chinese Stories: Prose and Poems by Revolutionary Chinese Authors Including Lu Xun, Hu Shi, Zhu Ziqing, Zhou Zuoren, and Lin Yutang. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS Zhou Zuoren and An Alternative Chinese Response to Modernity的书评 (全部 3 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 不知用什么名字 复旦大学出版社版/10(13).
Zhou Zuoren (Chinese: 周作人; pinyin: Zhōu Zuòrén; WadeGiles: Chou Tso-jen) (16 January 6 May ) was a Chinese writer, primarily known as an essayist and a translator.
He was the younger brother of Lu Xun (Zhou Shuren), the second of three brothers 4/5. (62) Susan Daruvala, Zhou Zuoren and an Alternative Chinese Response to Modernity, (63) Chen Xiaomei, "Rediscovering Ezra Pound: A Postcolonial 'Misreading' of a Western Legacy." Paideuma (): Bilingual chinese essay literature modern selected series zhou zuoren.
Whereas bilingual chinese essay literature modern selected series zhou zuoren Zhou Zuoren can merely “sneer” in his essays, Gao’s are “eloquent and well argued, and written.
Zhou Zuoren and an Alternative Chinese Response to Modernity. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Limin Chi. Zhou Zuoren and an Alternative Chinese Response to Modernity Daruvala, Susan This book explores the issues of nation and modernity in China by focusing on the work of Zhou Zuoren (), one of the most controversial of modern Chinese intellectuals and brother of.
Selected Essays of Zhou Zuoren: Chinese-English Bilingual Edition (Bilingual Series on Modern Chinese Literature) This collection of essays presents an alternative vision of China as a nation, questioning the dichotomy between modernity and tradition and espousing a literary style that values openness and individualism.5/5(1).
Pollard: see above note 5; Daruvala, Zhou Zuoren and an Alternative Response to Modernity (Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, Harvard University, ). “Preface to Book for Rainy Days ” quoted in “My Own Compositions” (p.
The book charts the development of these ideologies and explores the work and influence of the intellectuals who were associated with them. In its challenge to previous scholarship and the breadth of its approach, the book makes a major contribution to the study of Chinese political philosophy and intellectual history.
Zhou's essays present an alternative vision of the nation, question the dichotomy between modernity and traditions, and espouse a literary style that values openness and individualism.
The book has tilted the balance more in favour of the fractious kind than the typically affable and unworldly ones, and is thus a unique selection of Zhou's essays.
Zhou Zuoren (–), one of the foremost essayists in modern China, produced many exquisite Chinese translations of ancient Greek mythology and literature, as well as numerous essays on various aspects of ancient Greek culture.
Making use of this rich body of work hitherto rarely explored, this essay addresses the following questions: what uses does a Author: Wei Zhang. This dissertation is situated in the current scholarly reflection on the problems of Chinese modernity, especially its "initial phase," the Chinese Enlightenment (ss).
It examines the thought of the highly controversial thinker and writer Zhou Zuoren (), whose work had been profoundly influential during the Enlightenment, but Author: Tonglu Li. Kokugaku (Kyūjitai: 國學, Shinjitai: 国学; literally "national study") was an academic movement, a school of Japanese philology and philosophy originating during the Tokugawa ku scholars worked to refocus Japanese scholarship away from the then-dominant study of Chinese, Confucian, and Buddhist texts in favor of research into the early Japanese classics.
The Chinese essay is arguably China’s most distinctive contribution to modern world literature, and the period of its greatest influence and popularity—the mids—is the central concern of this book.
What Charles Laughlin terms "the literature of leisure" is a modern literary response to the cultural past that manifests itself most conspicuously in the form of.作者: [英]苏文瑜 Susan Daruvala 副标题: 中国现代性的另类选择 原作名: ZHOU ZUOREN AND AN ALTERNATIVE CHINESE RESPONSE TO MODERNITY isbn: 书名: 周作人 页数: 译者: 康凌 定价: 元 出版社: 复旦大学出版社 出版年: 装帧: 平装.Zhou Zuoren, Wade-Giles romanization Chou Tso-jen, original name Zhou Kuishou, (born JanuShaoxing, Zhejiang province, China—died May 6,Beijing), Chinese essayist, critic, and literary scholar who translated fiction and myths from many languages into vernacular Chinese.
He was the most important Chinese essayist of the s and s.