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Reading Hong Kong, China and the World

These essays explore cosmopolitanism in postwar Chinese literary culture—from the Hong Kong identity, and intellectuals like Eileen Chang, Gao Xingjian, and Lung Yingtai, to other cultural streams represented by writers ranging from Oe to Kafka.

320 pages | 7.13 x 7.13

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