Corruption and Realism in Late Socialist China: The Return
of the Political Novel. Stanford UP, c. 2007. ix + 289
p. “Outstanding Academic Title”—Choice.
Chinese Justice, the Fiction: Law and Literature in
Modern China. Stanford UP, 2000. 497 p., in hard covers
and paperback. “Outstanding Academic Title”—Choice.
Shen Congwen bixia de Zhongguo shehui yu wenhua (Shen
Congwen's Vision of Chinese Society and Culture, translation of
Ph.D. thesis, opening chapters abridged). Yu Jianhua and Shao
Huaqiang, tr. Shanghai: East China Normal UP, 1994. 319
The Odyssey of Shen Congwen. Stanford UP, 1987. 464 p. An
Asiaweek Book of the Year. In Chinese, (1) Shen
Congwen zhuan. Fu Jiaqin, tr. Beijing: Shishi P, 1990, 1991.
(2) Fuller version, Changsha: Hunan Wenyi P, 1992, 1993. 435 p. (3)
Taiwan ed., Taibei: Youshi P, 1995. (4) Odyssey's notes rewritten
in anecdotal form as Shen Congwen gushi (Stories about
Shen Congwen). Beijing: Zhongguo Youyi P, 1993. (5) 3rd PRC ed.,
Fenghuang zhi zi: Shen Congwen zhuan (Son of Fenghuang:
Biography of Shen Congwen). Zhongguo Youyi P, 2000. 458 p. (6) 4th
PRC ed., Shen Congwen zhuan. Beijing: Guoji wenhua P,
(Trans. & annot.) Shen Congwen. Border Town.
HarperCollins, 2009. xi + 169 p. Paperback.
(Ed. & main trans.) Imperfect Paradise: Stories by
Shen Congwen. U of Hawaii P, 1995. 537 p., hard covers
and paperback. Review by Jonathan Spence, with magazine cover
art reflecting the book, (Sun.) N. Y. Times Book Review,
Dec. 17, 1995. Selected translations by Kinkley, with Chinese
originals facing, reprinted in Selected Short Stories of Shen
Congwen. Hong Kong: Chinese UP, 2004, with new introduction,
(Trans.) Hsiao Ch'ien. Traveller Without a
Map. London: Hutchinson (Random House), 1990.
American ed., Stanford UP, 1993. 276 p., in hard covers and
(Co ed., with Helmut Martin) Modern Chinese
Writers: Self Portrayals. M. E. Sharpe, 1992. 424 p., in
hard covers and paperback.
(Ed. & int.) Chen Xuezhao. Surviving the Storm: A
Memoir. M. E. Sharpe, 1990. xvi + 147 p.
(Ed. Chinese section, special China issue) Fiction
8.2 3 (1987). 98 p.
(Ed.) After Mao: Chinese Literature and
Society, 1978 1981. Harvard Council on East
Asian Studies,1985; 2nd printing Harvard UP,
1990. 345 p. Inaugural volume of the Harvard
Contemporary China Series.
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