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All of them have traditions of oral literature, some have traditions of written literature dating back centuries, and writers in many groups have employed standard Chinese as their medium of expression. Since the 1980s, a significant amount of poetry, fiction, and dramas has been produced by a growing number of ethnic minority authors, and some of them draw on their bilingual specialties. , Uygur, Hui, Korean, Mongolian, Tibetan, Yi) and references their representative works. Given the limited space, this companion does not cover subgenres such as autobi ography (Larson 1991; L.
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Building a National Literature: The Case of Germany, 1830–1870. Trans. Renate Baron Franciscono. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Hsia, C. T. 1961. A History of Modern Chinese Fiction, 1917–1957. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Hsia, C. T. 1963. 4–5: 428–474. Hsia, C. T. 1968. The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction. New York: Columbia University Press. Hsia, C. T. 1971. A History of Modern Chinese Fiction. Second edition. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Hsia, C. T. 夏志清.
A companion to modern Chinese literature by Yingjin Zhang