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Foreword Where is Human Agency in Modern Chinese Fiction?
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action backshadowing Beijing Bernstein chapter characters Chen Duxiu China Chinese Literature Chinese Writers choice chubanshe consciousness context critical Cultural Revolution decadence depict determinism deterministic Dihua discussion Dolezelova-Velingerova Dragons's early May Fourth Enlightenment example fatalism fate Five Dragons forces freedom Hong Kong human agency ideology individual intellectuals late Qing late-Qing novels Leo Ou-fan Lee Lin Shu literary Lu Xun Mao Dun Mao's meaningful metafiction ming Mo Yan Mo Yan's modern Chinese fiction Modern Chinese Literature moral Morson narrative narrator narrator's notion novella political possibility postmodern present protagonist reader reason Red Sorghum reflection responsibility revolutionary rice self-consciousness sense Shanghai sideshadowing social fiction socialist realism society Stanford story subjectivity suggests Taipei term theory Tong Tong's traditional trans translation twentieth-century Chinese Wang wenxue wenyi Western Xiaohua xiaoshuo Xin qingnian Xun's Yan Fu York Yu Dafu Zhang Zhang Xianliang Zhongguo Zhou Zhou Zuoren