Women in Modern China Essay by Master Researcher

Women in Modern China
This paper examines literature about women in modern China.
# 83906 | 1,350 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Asian Studies (East Asian Cultures) , Women Studies (General) , Literature (General)


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This paper explains that "Stones of the Jingwei Bird" and "New Year Sacrifice" offer fascinating insights into the lives of women in modern China. The author points out that the "In the Wine Shop" and "Xiaoxiao" explore different aspects of gender in China from a wider cultural perspective. The paper relates that "Once upon a Time" and "The Night of the Mid-Autumn Festival" complemented these first four works by expanding the thematic discussion of gender and presenting characters faced with different challenges.

From the Paper:

"In discussing the works we read for class and examining their meaning, it should be noted that "Excerpts from Stones of the Jingwei Bird" and "New Year's Sacrifice" offered fascinating insights into the lives of women in modern China, while "In the Wine Shop" and "Xiaoxiao" explored different aspects of gender in China from a wider cultural perspective. "Once Upon a Time" and "The Night of the Mid-Autumn Festival" complemented these first four works by expanding the thematic discussion of gender and presenting characters faced with different challenges."

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