New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies

Volume 12, No. 1, June 2010

Articles
The Absence of Gender in May Fourth Narratives of Woman’s Emancipation: A Case Study on Hu Shi’s The Greatest Event in Life.
YANG LIANFEN, p.6

Traversing the Sublime: The Metamorphosis of the Female Body in Lu Xun’s
Regrets for the Past.

PING ZHU, p.14

On the Front: Women Confronting War.
LIU LU, p.29

Desires, Bodily Rhetoric and Melodramatic Imagination: Women in the Making of Revolutionary Myth in Three Chinese Films of the Seventeen Years
LI LI, p.46

Revolutionary Aestheticism and Excess: Transformation of the Idealized Female Body in The Red Lantern on Stage and Screen
ZHANG LING, p.67

Gender Psychology in The Red Lantern in its Evolution from Model Opera to Soap Opera
ROSEMARY ROBERTS, p.93

Book reviews edited by Duncan Campbell

 


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