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Boundaries in China (review)

Boundaries in China (review) 428 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 1997 John Hay, editor. Boundaries in China. Critical Views Series. London: Reaktion Books; distributed by University of Washington Press, 1994. 360 pp., 62 illus. Hardcover $45.00, isbn 0-948462-37-x. Paperback $27.00, isbn 0-948462-38-8. This volume consists of nine essays and one interview: Robin Yates, "Time and Bureaucracy: Boundary Creation and Control Mechanisms in Early China" (QinHan eras); Wu Hung, "Beyond the 'Great Boundary': Funerary Narrative in the Cangshan Tomb" (Qin-Han eras); Pauline Yu, "The Chinese Poetic Canon and its Boundaries" (Ming and Qing with flashbacks to the Tang and Song eras); John Hay, "Boundaries and Surfaces of Self and Desire in Yuan Painting"; Jonathan Hay, "The Suspension of Dynastic Time" (the painter Gong Xian IBIR and aesthetics during the period of the Ming-Qing cataclysm); Dorothy Ko, "Lady-Scholars at the Door: The Practice of Gender Relations in Eighteenth-Century Suzhou" (women's poetry societies); Isabelle Duchesne, "The Chinese Opera Star: Roles and Identity" (early Republic of China, 1912-1937); Rey Chow, '"Love Me Master, Love Me Son': A Cultural Other Pornographically Constructed in Time" (focuses on the contemporary writer Bai Xianyong's Ù9tM Yuqingsao 3£JÍP$Ü1 [Yuqing's wife]); Ann Anagnost, "Who Is Speaking Here? Discursive Boundaries http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Boundaries in China (review)

China Review International , Volume 4 (2) – Mar 30, 1997

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428 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 1997 John Hay, editor. Boundaries in China. Critical Views Series. London: Reaktion Books; distributed by University of Washington Press, 1994. 360 pp., 62 illus. Hardcover $45.00, isbn 0-948462-37-x. Paperback $27.00, isbn 0-948462-38-8. This volume consists of nine essays and one interview: Robin Yates, "Time and Bureaucracy: Boundary Creation and Control Mechanisms in Early China" (QinHan eras); Wu Hung, "Beyond the 'Great Boundary': Funerary Narrative in the Cangshan Tomb" (Qin-Han eras); Pauline Yu, "The Chinese Poetic Canon and its Boundaries" (Ming and Qing with flashbacks to the Tang and Song eras); John Hay, "Boundaries and Surfaces of Self and Desire in Yuan Painting"; Jonathan Hay, "The Suspension of Dynastic Time" (the painter Gong Xian IBIR and aesthetics during the period of the Ming-Qing cataclysm); Dorothy Ko, "Lady-Scholars at the Door: The Practice of Gender Relations in Eighteenth-Century Suzhou" (women's poetry societies); Isabelle Duchesne, "The Chinese Opera Star: Roles and Identity" (early Republic of China, 1912-1937); Rey Chow, '"Love Me Master, Love Me Son': A Cultural Other Pornographically Constructed in Time" (focuses on the contemporary writer Bai Xianyong's Ù9tM Yuqingsao 3£JÍP$Ü1 [Yuqing's wife]); Ann Anagnost, "Who Is Speaking Here? Discursive Boundaries

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Published: Mar 30, 1997

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