qLu provides close readings of the movement's primary texts - political slogans, official propaganda, wall posters, and the lyrics of mass songs and model operas. She also scrutinizes such ritualistic practices as the loyalty dance, denunciation rallies, political study sessions, and criticism and self-criticism meetings. Lu enriches her rhetorical analyses of these texts with her own story and that of her family, as well as with interviews conducted in China and the United States with persons who experienced the Cultural Revolution during their teenage years.q--BOOK JACKET.keep their revolutionary zeal. Mother was ... Each time she would teach us revolutionary songs in an attempt to cheer us up. One of the ... Other Memories and Reflections The Cultural Revolution began when I was in the third grade. Already Ianbsp;...
|Title||:||Rhetoric of the Chinese Cultural Revolution|
|Publisher||:||Univ of South Carolina Press - 2004-01|