A presentation of eight contemporary Chinese women writers, representing two generations of women with different backgrounds and experiences. The selections explore esthetic, cultural and ideological problems that continue to challenge Chinese women.The real displacement of American images of the Chinese as warriors did not take place until Americans faced ... we had to do was show them our uniforms and they would run like hell. ... 145 The River and the Gauntlet, New York, 1953, p.
|Title||:||Scratches on Our Minds|
|Author||:||Harold Robert Isaacs|
|Publisher||:||M.E. Sharpe - 1958|