- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Study of Laughter in the Mao Era
- 1 Laughter, Ethnicity, and Socialist Utopia
- 2 Revolution Plus Love in Village China
- 3 Joking after Rebellion
- 4 Intermedial Laughter
- 5 Fantastic Laughter in a Socialist-Realist Tradition?
- 6 Humor, Vernacularization, and Intermedial Laughter in Maoist <b><i>Pingtan</i></b>
- 7 Propaganda, Play, and the Pictorial Turn
- 8 The Revolutionary Metapragmatics of Laughter in Zhao Shuli’s Fiction
- 9 <b><i>Huajixi</i></b>, Heteroglossia, and Maoist Language
- 10 Ma Ji’s “Ode to Friendship” and the Failures of Revolutionary Language
- Maoist Laughter
- Ping Zhu, Zhuoyi Wang, Jason McGrath
- Hong Kong University Press
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