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P-Mao Lit: Scars/Wounds & New Realism Lecture Key Terms BB Kaldis 1 LECTURE KEY TERMS BB LITERARY TRENDS & SCHOOLS OF THE POST-MAO ERA: SCARS/WOUNDS & NEW REALISM Following the downfall of the Gang of 4 in Oct. 1976, writers were encouraged to deal with a broader range of topics and styles, including representing aspects of reality that had been forbidden or suppressed for more than a decade. ____________________________________________________________________________________ LECTURE KEY TERMS BB: SCARS/WOUNDS LITERATURE The 1st clearly “new” literature to emerge after the Cultural Revolution was the so-called “scars literature” of 1977-78. Reintroduces many forbidden subjects to Chinese literature; some of the themes found in Scars stories include: ________ The type of 'scars/wounds' that this literature refers to:__ __________ November of 1977, the CCP’s journal People’s Literature ( ɛ͏˖ ) publishes Liu Xinwu’s “Class Leader”( फ˴΂ ) 1978, Lu Xinhua’s “The Wounded” ( ) was published, and the story’s title soon became the name of
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course ASIAN 261 taught by Professor Kaldis during the Winter '11 term at University of Michigan.

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