Chinese Literature – 1976

The most spectacular of landscapes is found on the most dangerous of summits

The most spectacular of landscapes is found on the most dangerous of summits

Chinese Literature Magazine 1976

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 1

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 1

 

Contents include:

REMINISCENCES OF THE LONG MARCH:
Crossing the Golden Sand River – Hsiao Ying-tang
Red Army men dear to the Yi People – Aerhmushsia

NATIONAL MINORITY POEMS AND SONGS
Sing, Skylark – Saifudin
Stride Forward – Saifadin

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 2

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 2

 

Contents include:

CRITICISM OF ‘WATER MARGIN’
Lu Hsun’s Comments on the novel ‘Water Margin’ – Kao Yu-heng

NOTES ON ART: The Clay Sculptures ‘Wrath of the Serfs’ – Kao Yuan
Our experience in sculpting ‘Wrath of the Serfs’

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 3

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 3

 

Contents include:

TWO POEMS – MAO TSE-TUNG
Chingkangshan Revisited – to the tune of Shui Tiao Keh Tou
Two Birds: A Dialogue – to the tune of Nien Nu Chiao

NEW FILM
The Second Spring – Tsung Shu

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 4

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 4

 

Contents include:

POEMS – MAO TSE-TUNG

BOULDER BAY (a revolutionary modern Peking opera) – Ah Chien

LU HSUN‘S WRITINGS: The Other Side of Celebrating the Recovery of Shanghai and
Nanking

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 5

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 5

 

Contents include:

NEW FILM: Breaking with old ideas – Tien Shih

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: On Chairman Mao’s recently published Poems
On the long poem ‘The song of our ideals’ – Wen Shao
Some new woodcuts – Yen Mei

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 6

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 6

 

 

Contents include:

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: Mass debate on Revolution in Literature and Art – Hsin Hua
A recently discovered poem by Lu Hsun – Chou Wen
A hundred flowers blossom in the field of dancing – Wen Sung
Juvenile Art – Hsiao Mei

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 7

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 7

 

Contents include:

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: New developments in Chinese Acrobatics – Hsiao Fu
New group sculpture ‘Song of the Tachai Spirit’ – Wen Tso
What the Revolution in Literature and Art has taught me – Yang Chun-hsia

 

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 8

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 8

 

 

Contents include:

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: Continue to advance along Chairman Mao’s Line on Literature and Art – Yen Feng
New Paintings by Soldiers – Ko Tien
Some Taiping stone carvings – Chi Cheng

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 9

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 9

 

 

Contents include:

INVESTIGATION OF A CHAIR (a modern revolutionary Peking opera) – Ah Chien

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: The portrayal of the heroine in ‘Investigation of a Chair’ – Tsung Shu

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 10

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 10

 

 

Contents include:

Spring Shoots (a film scenario)

NOTES ON LITERATURE AND ART: A Song in praise of the Cultural Revolution – Shu Hsin
Pictures depicting the Cultural Revolution – Yen Mei

 

 

Chinese Literature - 1976 - No 11-12

Chinese Literature – 1976 – No 11-12

 

 

Contents include:

The entire issue was devoted to a commemoration of the life and work of Comrade Mao Tse-tung, who died in September 1976.

Includes some of his poems and many pictures taken throughout his life, both pre and post-Liberation.