Remolding and resistance among writers of the Chinese prison camp: disciplined and published

The repercussions of thought remolding and forced labor on Chinese writers: Introduction -- Zhang Xianliang as author and hero: A study of his Record of My Emotional Life -- Traumatic "remolding" and its ethical implications in three of Zhang Xianliang's novels -- Labor camp fiction a...

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Published in:Routledge studies in Asia's transformations
Contributors: Williams, Philip F. (Hrsg.); Wu, Yenna (Other)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: London [u.a.] Routledge 2006
In:Routledge studies in Asia's transformations
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Summary:The repercussions of thought remolding and forced labor on Chinese writers: Introduction -- Zhang Xianliang as author and hero: A study of his Record of My Emotional Life -- Traumatic "remolding" and its ethical implications in three of Zhang Xianliang's novels -- Labor camp fiction as conversion literature: Zhang Xianliang and Oaka Shohei -- Resisting the regime of remolding -- Expressing the "inexpressible": Pain and suffering in Wumingshi's Hongsha [Red Sharks] -- Profit and loss in China's contemporary prison system
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:185 S. Ill.
ISBN:0415770203
9780415770200
020396747X
9780203967478