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Madmen and Other SurvivorsReading Lu Xun's Fiction$
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Jeremy Tambling

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9789622098244

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789622098244.001.0001

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Wandering: Women and Survival

Wandering: Women and Survival

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(p.77) 6 Wandering: Women and Survival
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Madmen and Other Survivors
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Jeremy Tambling

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Hong Kong University Press
DOI:10.5790/hongkong/9789622098244.003.0006

Unlike A Call to Arms, there is no preface to Wandering (1926). Marston Anderson says that the heroes of many of this second group are “disappointed reformers.” The New-Year Sacrifice has in it a sense of “blessing” or “benediction.” In the Tavern replays the issues of Hometown, in that the narrator has come back to his old town and finds himself talking to an old friend. The centre of A Happy Family is a writer who has been married for five years, motivated by cash constraints; Soap, satirising the family, focuses more on the impact of new social ideas and reaction against them. The Eternal Lamp and A Warning to the People deal with confinement and the crowd. The Venerable Schoolmaster Gao, which returns to some of the issues of education, discusses the making and unmaking of identity.

Keywords:   New-Year Sacrifice, In the Tavern, Happy Family, Soap, Eternal Lamp, Schoolmaster Gao, Lu Xun, satire

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