Chinese Writing and Exile

Abstract : Papers from a conference held on May 10-11, 1991 at the Chicago Humanities Institute under the aegis of the Institute and the Center for East Asian Studies : Gregory B. Lee, Introduction Leo Ou-fan Lee "On the Margins of the Chinese Discourse" Wang-chi Wong, "'I am a Prisoner in Exile': Wen Yiduo in the United States" Susan Daruvala, "'At Home' in Tokyo" Gregory B. Lee, "Contemporary Chinese Poetry, Exile and the Potential of Modernism" C.H. Wang, "Exile and Poetic Creativity" Gregory B. Lee, "Fugitives: Translation of a Play by Gao Xingjian" Gregory B. Lee, "Translations of Exile Poems by Duoduo"
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Gregory B. Lee. Chinese Writing and Exile. Center for East Asian Studies, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Chinese Writing and Exile, May 1991, Chicago, United States. 7, pp.i-vii, 1-146, 1993, Select papers, University of Chicago Center for East Asian Studies. ⟨hal-02181622⟩

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