- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Study of Laughter in the Mao Era
1Laughter, Ethnicity, and Socialist Utopia
2Revolution Plus Love in Village China
3Joking after Rebellion
5Fantastic Laughter in a Socialist-Realist Tradition?
6Humor, Vernacularization, and Intermedial Laughter in Maoist Pingtan
7Propaganda, Play, and the Pictorial Turn
8The Revolutionary Metapragmatics of Laughter in Zhao Shuli’s Fiction
9Huajixi, Heteroglossia, and Maoist Language
10Ma 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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