Ci 鷺湖的憂鬱: 端木蕻良短篇小說選

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Chinese University Press, 2009 - Fiction - 299 pages
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These nine stories by Duanmu Hongliang exemplify his love of the Manchurian landscape and people. His "native soil" style, which renders his homeland with poetic realist touches, is shared by many modern Chinese writers, including Shen Congwen.

 

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Contents

The Sorrows of Egret Lake 1936
2
Snowy Night 1936
30
The Snake Swallower 1936
62
The Torrential Muddy River 1937
86
5d 1936 63
149
Fengling Ferry 1939
154
Osprey Village 1942
200
WSM1942
201
Harbor 1943
230
Red Night 1943
256
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About the author (2009)

Duanmu Hongliang (1912-1996) was a notable Chiense writer who rose to prominence during the Sino-Japanese War.

Howard Goldblatt is research professor of East Asian languages and literatures at the University of Notre Dame.

Haili Kong is professor of Chinese at Swarthmore College.

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