Literary Culture in Taiwan

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Literary Culture in Taiwan

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First Sentence With the monumental changes of the last fifteen years or so, Taiwan is making itself anew.
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Isbn10 0231132344
Isbn13 9780231132343
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Languages /languages/eng
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Number Of Pages 288
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Physical Dimensions 9.1 x 6.1 x 1 inches
Physical Format Hardcover
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Publish Date October 2004
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Publishers Columbia University Press
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Subjects Literary studies: general
Literature - Classics / Criticism
Asian - Chinese
Literary Criticism & Collections / Asian
Asian - General
20th century
Chinese literature
History and criticism
Subtitle Martial Law to Market Law
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Literary Culture in Taiwan
Authors Sung-sheng Chang
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Description Chang analyzes the political and economic forces that have shaped the publishing world in Taiwan from the middle of the last century to the present and the literary and cultural texts produced within this shifting landscape. Literary Culture in Taiwan positions various writers and genres squarely within the tensions between cultural production and the market-authorized economy of the past two decades, particularly in regard to cultural identity formations and their relationship to hegemonic and resistant powers. The lifting of martial law - and thus state-sponsored censorship - in 1987 introduced an electoral democracy that altered emerging literary trends and cast a dramatic new light on Taiwan's literary history. Chang traces this gradual but profound change and explores how multiple literary movements responded to one another and to the country's social and political upheaval.
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Page Count 271
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Published Date 2004
Publisher Columbia University Press
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Subtitle Martial Law to Market Law
Title Literary Culture in Taiwan

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