Chinese Women Writers and Modern Print Culture

by Megan M. Ferry

Table of Contents

Introduction: Gender and Media in Early Twentieth-century Publishing Industry

Chapter 1. Controlling Readings: Ding Ling as Case Study

Chapter 2. Marking Difference: Literary Criticism and Intellectual Labor

Chapter 3. Technologies of Sex: Visualizing the Modern Woman Writer in Print

Chapter 4. Literary Lives in Non-literary Texts: Experiencing ‘Woman’ Between the Lines

Chapter 5. Emancipation, Sexual Difference, and Freedom: The Political Dimensions of Gendered Media

Bibliography

Index


 

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