China's Contested Capital: Architecture, Ritual, and Response in Nanjing

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University of Hawaii Press, 2013 - Art - 250 pages
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Charles Musgrove brings the city of Nanjing back into the discussion of China's modern development, focusing on how it was transformed from a factional capital with only regional influence into a symbol of nationhood - a city where newly forming ideals of citizenship were celebrated and contested on its streets and at its monuments.

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