Chinese Literature – 1974

Harbour of the fatherland

Harbour of the fatherland

Chinese Literature Magazine 1974

 

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