Chinese Literature – 1974

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Chinese Literature Magazine 1974

 

Chinese Literature: Introduction, 1951 (missing), 1952 (missing), 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 (missing), 1960 (missing), 1961, 1962 (missing), 1963, 1964, 1965 (missing), 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981.

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 1

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 1

 

 

Contents include:

AZALEA MOUNTAIN (a revolutionary modern Peking opera) – Wang Shu-yuan and others

STORIES: Keep the golden bell clanging – Li Hsia
Meng Hsin-ying – Lin Chen-yi

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 2

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 2

 

 

Contents include:

REPORTAGE: The People of Tachai – Hu Chin

LITERARY CRITICISM: ‘Create a host of new fighters’ – Shih Yi-ko

 

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 3

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 3

 

 

Contents include:

A VICIOUS MOTIVE, DESPICABLE TRICKS – A Criticism of M. Antonioni’s Anti-China Film ‘China’)

EXHIBITIONS: New developments in traditional Chinese Painting – Chi Cheng

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 4

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 4

 

 

Contents include:

ARTICLES: Lu Hsun, a Great Fighter Against Confucianism – Lin Chih-hao
Do musical works without titles have no class Character? – Chao Hua

INTERVIEWS: Introducing the writer Hao Jan -Chao Ching

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 5

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 5

 

Contents include:

FIGHTING ON THE PLAIN (a revolutionary modern Peking opera) – Chang Yung-mei and others

ON THE CLASSICAL HERITAGE: ‘The Dream of the Red Chamber’ must be studied from a class
standpoint –  Sun Wen-kuang
The Dream of the Red Chamber (Chapter IV) – Tsao Hsueh-chin

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 6

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 6

 

 

Contents include:

CRITICISM OF LIN PIAO AND CONFUCIUS:
Confucius, ‘Sage’ of All Reactionary Classes in China – Shih Hua-tsu
Why are we denouncing Confucius in China? -Cheh Chun
Why this hullabaloo from the Soviet Revisionist Clique? – Sa Wen

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 7

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 7

 

 

Contents include:

CRITICISM AND REPUDIATION: Comments on the Shansi Opera ‘Going up to reach Peach Peak three times’ – Chu Lan

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: Anti-Confucian struggles of peasant insurgents – Chi Liu
How I Made the painting ‘The Young Worker’ – Wang Hui

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 8

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 8

 

Contents includes:

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: Keep to the correct orientation and uphold the Philosophy of struggle – Chu Lan
Art derived from the life and struggle of the masses – Hsin Wen-tung
Paintings by one of today’s peasants – Jen Min

CRITICISM OF LIN PIAO AND CONFUCIUS:
Confucius’ reactionary ideas about music – Hsu Hsia-lin

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 9

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 9

 

 

Contents include:

NOTES ON ART: A Decade of Revolution in Peking Opera – Chu Lan 
Three young artistes in the Revolution in Peking Opera – Ah Wen
I painted the heroic Taching oil workers – Chao Chih-tien

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 10

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 10

 

Contents include:

Sons and Daughters of Hsisha (excerpts from the novel) – Hao Jan

Poems by Peasants of Hsiaochinchuang 

Songs of oil workers 

CRITICISM OF LIN PIAO AND CONFUCIUS:
Confucius’ reactionary views on Literature and Art – Wen Chun

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 11

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 11

 

 

Contents include:

Storming Tiger Cliff (an excerpt from a novel) – Ktn Hsien-hung

POEMS: Sparks from the welder’s torch – Yuan Chun

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1974 - No 12

Chinese Literature – 1974 – No 12

 

 

 

Contents include:

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: New Achievements in Modern Drama – Hsiao Lan
Paintings by Shanghai workers – Hu Chin

 

 

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