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The Making and Remaking of China's "Red Classics"-- Politics, Aesthetics, and Mass Culture
作者 Rosemary Roberts, Li Li
出版社 Hong Kong University Press
ISBN 9789888390892
分類 Literature & Fiction > Literary Hist & Crit
價格 HK$450.00
 
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The Making and Remaking of China's "Red Classics" is the first full-length work to bring together research on the "red classics" across the entire Maoist period through to the reform era. It covers a representative range of genres including novels, short stories, films, TV series, picture books, animation, and traditional-style paintings. Collectively the chapters offer a panoramic view of the production and reception of the original "red classics" and the adaptations and remakes of such works after the Cultural Revolution.

The contributors present fascinating stories of how a work came to be regarded as or failed to become a "red classic." There has never been a single answer to the question of what counts as a "red classic"; artists had to negotiate the changing political circumstances and adopt the "correct" artistic technique to bring out the "authentic" image of the people while appealing to the taste of the mass audience at the same time. A critical examination of these works reveals their sociopolitical and ideological import, aesthetic significance, and function as mass cultural phenomena at particular historical moments. This volume marks a step forward in the growing field of the study of Maoist cultural products.


About the Author:

Rosemary Roberts researches Chinese gender and culture at the University of Queensland and is the author of Maoist Model Theatre: The Semiotics of Gender and Sexuality in the Chinese Cultural Revolution (2010).

Li Li is associate professor of Chinese and Asian studies at the University of Denver. She is the author of Memory, Fluid Identity, and the Politics of Remembering: The Representations of the Chinese Cultural Revolution in English-Speaking Countries (2016).




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