3 edition of hsiang-t"u literature movement found in the catalog.
hsiang-t"u literature movement
Hui-ching Jacqueline Wang
Written in English
|Statement||by Hui-ching Jacqueline Wang.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 88 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||88|
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Of the book. In general, the book gives a rather comprehensive account of the nativism (hsiang-tu) lit erature movement in the s, focusing on Hwang Chun-ming (Huang Chunming 黃春明）.
Interesting to note is that several hsiang-tu literature writers have a clear political inclination. In Chinese literature: Literature in Taiwan after the rise of regional (hsiang-t’u) writing, in which the Taiwanese countryside served as the setting for fiction and poetry that effectively captured the dramatic social and psychological effects of transition from a rural to an urban-based society.
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Read books. As often as you can. Mostly classics. Reuters. Everywhere you look these days, there's a new "slow" movement. Sincewhen the .The Literary Guild offered lighter reading selections than the Book-of-the-Month Club, whose titles were deemed more literary.
s The Great Books movement sweeps the country. The problem with literature is that there's so much of it. Books go back a long time (like at least ten or fifteen years, I'm thinking), and if you're a student taking an English class, you're supposed to be familiar with basically all of them.
But that's impossible. Allow us, then, to suggest an alternate strategy: you fake it. The following literary movements and periods span whole centuries.