- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Eileen Chang: A Life of Conflicting Cultures in China and America
- 1 Romancing Returnee Men: Masculinity in “Love in a Fallen City” and “Red Rose, White Rose”<sup>*</sup>
- 2 From Page to Stage: Cultural “In-betweenness” in (New) Love in a Fallen City
- 3 Eileen Chang and Things Japanese
- 4 The Ordinary Fashion Show: Eileen Chang's Profane Illumination and Mnemonic Art
- 5 Betrayal, Impersonation, and Bilingualism: Eileen Chang's Self-Translation
- 6 Eileen Chang, <i>Dream of the Red Chamber</i>, and the Cold War
- 7 Eileen Chang and Ang Lee at the Movies: The Cinematic Politics of Lust, Caution
- 8 Seduction of a Filmic Romance: Eileen Chang and Ang Lee
- 9 “A Person of Weak Affect”: Toward an Ethics of Other in Eileen Chang's Little Reunion
- 10 Romancing Rhetoricity and Historicity: The Representational Politics and Poetics of Little Reunion
- 11 Madame White, <i>The Book of Change</i>, and Eileen Chang: On a Poetics of Involution and Derivation
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