Prism 17.1

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A Family Romance: Specters of Incest in Eileen Chang’s Xinjing
PAOLA ZAMPERINI
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Of Emptiness and Revolution: The Other Lu Xun
YIJU HUANG
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Authorial Self-Fashioning in a Global Era: Authorial Prefaces to Translated Editions of Twentieth Century Chinese Fiction
FRANCES WEIGHTMAN
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Co-opting the International Writing Program during the Cold War: Gu Cangwu, the Baodiao Movement, and Minjian Activism
JAMES SHEA
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Homosexualizing “Boys Love” in China: Reflexivity, Genre Transformation and Cultural Interaction
XI TIAN
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Forum: The Life and Work of Liu Zaifu

The Failure of the May Fourth Movement and My Two Struggles
LIU ZAIFU
(Translated from Chinese by Yijiao Guo)
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Standing Alone atop the Mountain; Walking Freely under the Sea: On Liu Zaifu and Five Autobiographical Accounts
DAVID DER-WEI WANG
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Pleasure and Sin: Li Zehou, Liu Zaifu, and the Political-Theological Motif in Post-Mao Cultural Reflections
HANG TU
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Rethinking “Subjectivity” in Literature: Liu Zaifu’s Theoretical Construction and Cultural Reflection
MIN QIAO
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Liu Zaifu’s Three Voyages of Life
JIANMEI LIU
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Book Reviews

The Chinese Political Novel: Migration of a World Genre, by Catherine Vance Yeh. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015. 429 pp.
GÉRALDINE FISS

Mapping Modern Beijing: Space, Emotion, Literary Topography, by Weijie Song. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. 306 pp.
CHARLES A. LAUGHLIN

The Translatability of Revolution: Guo Moruo and Twentieth-Century Chinese Culture, by Pu Wang. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 2018. 336 pp.
FREDERIK H. GREEN

Ziyou zhuyi wenxue lixiang de zhongjie (1945.08–1949.10)自由主義文學理想的終結 (1945.08–1949.10) [The End of Liberalism as a Literary Ideal (1945.08–1949.10)], by Chuanji Hu. Taipei: Showwe Information, 2012. 386 pp.
XIULU WANG

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