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Chinese Literary Modernism During the Shanghai Movement
Chinese Literary Modernism - An Essay Referring to Two Assigned Questions.
# 130574 | 1,500 words | 1 source | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Asian Studies (East Asian Cultures) , Sociology (Theory) , Psychology (Theory)

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Paper discussing Chinese literary modernism in the Shanghai 'movement' of 1917 to 1937 which Lee saw as a mimetic movement, but Shih sees as a synthesizing one. A second section looks at the example of Ba Jin's humanistic novel "Cold Nights" (1947) towards several questions on what Western ideas Chinese literature had adopted; a note on the Cultural Revolution and just how many humanists and others badly needed by the new China were lost. References: course materials and other scholarly sources.

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The United States and Japan: A Comparison In every nation, the manner in which political systems are organized and function reflects that nation's political ideals, history, culture, and social traditions. Possessing different political, cultural, social, religious, and economic traditions, it is understandable why Japan and the United States were such different nations for so long. What is surprising is that they are so similar now, for Japan's isolated development as a nation over a span of two-thousand years provided no indication that it

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