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Prism (2020) 17 (1): 1–34.
Published: 01 March 2020
...Paola Zamperini Abstract This article focuses on Eileen Chang's “Xinjing” to map and understand the ways in which the author depicts different types of emotional, erotic, sexual, and psychological flows and exchanges among parents, children, and their partners and spouses. “Xinjing” is here read...
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Published: 01 March 2020
Figure 2. The debt of tears, or the economy of Eileen Chang's emotional dynamics in “Jinsuo ji.” ⌫ indicates repressed feelings and/or hatred; ⇙ and ⇘ indicate emotional control; other symbols are as in figure 1 . More
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Prism (2020) 17 (1): 212–215.
Published: 01 March 2020
... Huiyin 林徽因, Qian Zhongshu 錢鍾書, Yang Jiang 楊絳, Eileen Chang 張愛玲, Fei Ming 廢名, Mu Dan 穆旦, Zheng Min 鄭敏, Zheng Yunxie 鄭運燮, and Wu Xinghua 吳興華. After a careful review of these writers' literary viewpoints, as well as their social and political situations, in chapter 3, chapter 4 proceeds...
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Prism (2022) 19 (2): 474–490.
Published: 01 September 2022
... it be Ling Jishi in Ding Ling's 丁玲 “Shafei nüshi de riji” 莎菲女士的日記 [Miss Sophie's Diary] or Fan Liuyuan in Eileen Chang's 張愛玲 “Qingcheng zhi lian” 傾城之戀 [Love in a Fallen City], Chinese men from or associated with Southeast Asia appear in Republican Chinese texts as alluring, sexually and linguistically...
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Prism (2021) 18 (1): 89–113.
Published: 01 March 2021
... experimental qualities, the May Fourth cultural elites essentially read it within a traditional framework; “modern,” either as a temporal concept or a literary style, is irrelevant to their discussions. In the early 1980s, Eileen Chang 張愛玲 (1920–1995) picked up the thread dropped by the May Fourth elites...
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Prism (2020) 17 (1): 35–56.
Published: 01 March 2020
..., rather than an impediment to modernity, informs the worldly action of revolution and the phenomenal possibility of change. Copyright © 2020 Lingnan University 2020 revolution secularism Yogācāra Buddhism Zhang Taiyan Lu Xun 74 Wang H., “Dead Fire Rekindled,” 7 . 75 Ibid, 9...
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Prism (2019) 16 (2): 236–259.
Published: 01 October 2019
...), released two years later by a different publisher and with only the title and the author's name changed. Fraud, in other words, was not just literary subject matter but also a literary practice. In Eileen Chang's 張愛玲 (Zhang Ailing, 1920−95) novel Xiao tuanyuan 小團圓 (Little Reunions, finished 1979...
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Prism (2022) 19 (2): 355–373.
Published: 01 September 2022
... of the Singaporean Chinese-educated who strove for fundamental changes in their lives and mindsets, enjoyed tremendous popularity and evoked deep emotional identification among readers in Singapore and Malaya. 14 Useful for tracking the relationship between Chinese-medium education and literary production...
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Prism (2022) 19 (2): 411–427.
Published: 01 September 2022
...]), or they describe persecution under the PRC regime, especially during the land reform period (e.g., Eileen Chang's Yangge 秧歌 [The Rice Sprout Song]). 13 Li, 50–70 niandai Zhongguo wenxue , 32 . 14 Hong, Zhongguo dangdai wenxueshi , 123 . 15 Ibid., 124–25. 16 For a detailed...
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Prism (2021) 18 (2): 501–525.
Published: 01 October 2021
... . For Wang, this famous line by Eileen Chang describes the relationship between Sinophone and xenophone (or hua 華 and yi 夷), insomuch as they are coconstitutive and one exists within and with respect to the other. 32 While I rehearse some details of Siu's biography here for context, several...
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Prism (2023) 20 (1): 117–138.
Published: 01 March 2023
... reminds us of “Qicheng zhi lian” 傾城之戀 (Love in a Fallen City; 1943) by Eileen Chang 張愛玲, which is set in Hong Kong on the eve of Japanese invasion in December 1941. Despite obvious differences from the novella, the poem depicts lost love against the epic background of the collapse of the old civilization...
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Prism (2019) 16 (2): 432–455.
Published: 01 October 2019
... inside and outside the PRC border—of personnel of the Causeway Bay Bookstore and a few other publishers that specialize in this genre. Those censored works by mainland scholars published in Hong Kong include many genres, among them literature by Eileen Chang 張愛玲 (1920–1995), Xu Xu 徐訏 (1908–1980...
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Prism (2022) 19 (1): 167–180.
Published: 01 March 2022
... Cretton, 2021), a superhero film consisting almost entirely of Asian actors, and other forthcoming films are changing the landscape of filmmaking. At work in Contagion and other films is the racist notion of “yellow peril,” the idea that East Asian people are less civilized in their cultural...
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Prism (2020) 17 (1): 127–142.
Published: 01 March 2020
... May Fourth. The cultural May Fourth started at the end of 1915 with the symbol of the magazine Xin qingnian 新青年 (New Youth), which was titled La Jeunesse upon its first publication in September 1915 and changed to New Youth starting with the second issue in 1916. The political May Fourth...