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Manchukuo PerspectivesTransnational Approaches to Literary Production$
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Annika A. Culver and Norman Smith

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9789888528134

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789888528134.001.0001

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Acculturation and Border-Crossing in Manchukuo Literature

Acculturation and Border-Crossing in Manchukuo Literature

Mei Niang, Liu Longguang, and Yuan Xi

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(p.175) 11 Acculturation and Border-Crossing in Manchukuo Literature
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Manchukuo Perspectives
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Chen Yan

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Hong Kong University Press
DOI:10.5790/hongkong/9789888528134.003.0012

Manchukuo was a colonized state where heterogeneous cultures met, interacted, and collided. The region’s culture and literature formed amidst vexing moral and ethical dilemmas, while new vocabularies and theories were imported from Japan and Europe. Local intellectuals simultaneously felt stimulated and suppressed, while evincing strong desires to express themselves within a diverse colonial culture; their writings therefore reveal border-crossing characteristics. This chapter analyzes multiple entanglements formed amidst that colonial culture - between tradition and modernity, local and international influences, and support for and resistance against colonialism, to reveal the complex features of literary practices in Manchukuo.

Keywords:   acculturation, Manchukuo, border-crossing, Mei Niang, Liu Longguang, Yuan Xi

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