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Modern Poetry in China: A Visual-Verbal Dynamic By Paul Manfredi

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Modern Poetry in China:

and Zhu Ziqing, 8, 10

Li Shuang, 160–161

Li Xianting, 192, 197

Li Yongcun, 160

Li Zhan’gang, 198, 200–201, 211

Liang Xiaobin, 163

Lin Fengmian, 1

Lin Hengtai, 81

and Guillaume Apollinaire, 53

“Building”, 54–55

“Car Crash”, 53–54, 65

Liu Xun, 158–159

Lü De’an, 203–204, 213, 216

“Du Fu Landscape”, 202

and Friday Group, 202

“Scenery”, 202

“To Li Bai”, 202

Lu Xinhua

and Scar Literature, 141, 143

Luo Qing, xxviii, 69–70, 92, 94–95, 98, 102, 105–106, 116, 123, 180, 198

An Lushan rebellion, 78

binaries, 89

and Homi Bhabha, 75, 85–86, 89, 97

and calligraphy, 72–73, 86, 199–200

“Contingent Manifesto”, 84

“Contingent Revelation”, 75, 77

“Conversation with the Past and Present”, 88

“Debate on Modern Poetry”, 73

English-language poetry interests, 74

Hanyu Studio, 73

“Image Poem”, 75

and order, 72

“Part 5: Bloodline of Watermelons”, 83

playful approach, 87

Post-modern Self-Portrait: Calling Planet #54, 96

and postmodernism, 72, 88

and Pu Xinyu, 73

“Quenching Thirst”, 85

School of Contingent Revelation, 81, 199

and Self-Portrait, 71, 87–89, 96

Shuxiang xuepai, 75

“Six Ways of Eating Watermelon”, 72

Southeast Asia, 85

“Transmission of the Real Situation of the Postmodern Condition,”, 86

University of Washington, 73

and verbal-visual, xv–xvi, 71–72, 74, 79–80, 85, 191, 204, 216, 218–219

Video Poetics, 86

and Wallace Stevens, 83

and Wang Wei, 79–80, 91

Watermelon, 82

and wenren, 191

and Yu Guangzhong, 72

and Zhan Bing, 80

M

Ma Desheng

and Stars, 158, 160–161

Mang Ke, xxx–xxxi, 156, 175, 197, 208

and Bei Dao, 144, 158, 181

and Jintian, 144

Old Dreams, 161

and painting, 158, 192–193

Mao Lizi

and Stars, 160

Mao Zedong, xvi, xxix, 5, 135–139