Chinese Literature – 1975

What a pleasure it is not to have to bend our backs while planting rice

What a pleasure it is not to have to bend our backs while planting rice

Chinese Literature Magazine 1975

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 1

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 1

 

 

Contents include:

NOTES ON ART: National Art Exhibition – Wang Wu-sheng
The “Erh-hu” and “Pi-pa” – Wu Chou-kuang

 

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 2

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 2

 

Contents include:

SPARKLING RED STAR (a film scenario) – Wang Yuan-chien and Lu Chu-kao

NOTES ON ART: Adapting a novel for the screen – Lu Chu-kao
Creating the image of Winter Boy – Li Chun
As I acted Winter Boy I learned from him – Chu Hsin-yun
From a cameraman’s notebook – Tsai Chi-wei

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 3

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 3

 

 

Contents include:

Pink Cloud Island (excerpts from the novel) – Chou Hsiao

NOTES ON ART: Amateur worker-artists of Yangchuan – Pien Tsai
More rare finds from Han Tombs – Tsung Shu

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 4

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 4

 

 

Contents include:

NOTES.ON ART
The Creation of the ‘Red Silk Dance’ – Chin Ming
Some Popular Chinese wind instruments -Chou Tsung-han
Two oil paintings -Chi Cheng

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 5

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 5

 

 

Contents include:

LU HSUN‘S WRITINGS: From hundred plant garden to three flavour study

NOTES ON LITERATURE: On Reading ‘From hundred plant garden to three flavour study’ – Li Yun-ching

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 6

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 6

 

 

Contents include:

STORIES: The Sunlit Road
Tempered Steel

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: New children’s songs from a Peking Primary School -Hsin Ping
New piano music – Lo Chiang

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 7

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 7

 

 

Contents include:

The New Silk Road Across tie Skies (a poem) – Chang Yun-mei 

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: The Struggle Between the Confucians and Legalists in the History of Chinese Literature and Art – Chiang Tien
The Children’s Orchestra of Techai – Yin Yuan

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 8

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 8

 

 

Contents include:

A Young Hero (excerpt from a novel) – Shih Wen-chu

NOTES ON ART: Chinese artists discuss their study of the ‘Yenan Talks’ by Chairman Mao
A new revolutionary dance drama – Hsin Wen-tung
The peasant songwriter Shih Chang-yuan – Yin Yuan

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 9

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 9

 

 

Contents include:

The Bright Road (excerpt from the novel) – Hao Jan

NOTES ON ART: On the dance drama ‘Ode to the Yimeng Mountains’ – Tien Nui
Wuhu iron pictures – Lou Yang-sheng

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 10

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 10

 

 

Contents include:

NOTES ON ART: Introducing the Uighur Opera ‘The Red Lantern’ – Chumahung Suritan
Exhibition of children’s art in Shanghai – Kung Ping-tsu
Relics of the Long Match – Wen Hsuan

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 11

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 11

 

 

Contents include:

LU HSUN’S WRITINGS: The New-Year Sacrifice
On Lu Hsun’s Story ‘The New-Year Sacrifice’ -Chung Wen

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: Songwriter of the Korean Nationality – Hsin Hua
Terracotta figures found near Chin Shih Huang’s tomb – Ni Ta and Chin Chun

 

Chinese Literature - 1975 - No 12

Chinese Literature – 1975 – No 12

 

 

Contents include:

CRITICISM OF ‘WATER MARGIN’
The current criticism of ‘Water Margin’ – Chih Pien
What sort of novel is ‘Water Margin’? – Shih Chung