This anthology presents as selection of Chinese prose compositions from the 3rd century AD to the present. The essays start from the early masters of the form, Lu Xun and Zhou Zuoren, take in the stalwarts of the middle generations, like Ye Shengtao, Zhu Ziqing, Feng Zikai, Liang Shiqiu and Liang Yuchun, and conclude with living writers who publish in Taiwan and the mainland.both the frequency with which the theme is taken up in essays, and the way the theme is handled. ... pass notice because of their simplicity or routine or trivial nature yet actually are invested with deep significance a but only by implication. ... His language is in fact so plain that a translator has to discipline himself to keep the level down to the comparable one of basic English. ... had died, and my fathera#39;s job had come to an end; our troubles truly did not come 218 The Chinese Essay.
|Title||:||The Chinese Essay|
|Publisher||:||C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS - 2000|