- Routledge contemporary China series ; 35
- The disease of canonicity / Carlos Rojas -- Perverse poems and suspicious salons: the Friday School in modern Chinese literature / Michel Hockx -- Professional anxiety, brand names, and wild chickens : from 1909 / Alexander Des Forges -- Serial sightings: news, novelties, and an Unofficial history of the old capital / Eileen Cheng-yin Chow -- Canonizing the popular: the case of Jin Yong / John Christopher Hamm -- An archaeology of repressed popularity: Zhou Shoujuan, Mao Dun, and their 1920s literary polemics / Jianhua Chen -- A tale of two cities: romance, revenge, and nostalgia in two fin-de-siècle novels by Ye Zhaoyan and Zhang Beihai / Michael Berry -- From romancing the state to romancing the store: further elaborations on some motifs in contemporary Taiwan literature / Ping-hui Liao -- Rereading the red classics / Dai Jinhua -- The reproduction of a popular hero / Weijie Song -- Memory, photographic seduction and allegorical correspondence: Eileen Chang's Mutual reflections / Xiaojue Wang -- Popular literature and national representation: the gender and genre politics of Begonia / David Der-wei Wang -- Asking Jin Yong, 'what is sentiment?' Gifts, love tokens, and material evidence in Jin Hong's novels / Hsiao-hung Chang -- Authorial afterlives and apocrypha in 1990s Chinese fiction / Carlos Rojas.
- 9780415468800 (hbk.), 0415468809 (hbk.), 9780203886649 (ebook), and 020388664X (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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