Contemporary Chinese Poetry, Exile and the Potential of Modernism

Abstract : "Exile is strangely compelling to think about but terrible to experience," wrote Edward Said. Hiw words may be appropriated to describe the condition of several Chinese poets in exile. Here the focus is on the poet Duoduo/Duo Duo who was, in a sense, already in exile before he ever left his native soil.
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Gregory B. Lee. Contemporary Chinese Poetry, Exile and the Potential of Modernism. Center for East Asian Studies, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Chinese Writing in Exile, 7, pp.55-77, 1993, Select papers, University of Chicago Center for East Asian Studies. ⟨hal-02181713⟩

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