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The Lyrical Lu Xun: A Study of His Classical-Style Verse (review)

The Lyrical Lu Xun: A Study of His Classical-Style Verse (review) 194 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 1997 persistent sub-etìinic division between minority mainlanders and majority Taiwanese--and its significant impact on Taiwan's foreign policy. Klintworth labels all citizens of Taiwan "Taiwanese," and uses fhe terms "Kuomintang government" and "Taiwanese government" almost interchangeably. Klintworth has provided an important and timely contribution to the largely neglected study of Taiwan's regional and even global political economy. He does so in prose refreshingly free of theoretical jargon, writing at a level easily accessible to upper-division undergraduates. If the Asia-Pacific region--as meeting place of the United States, Japan, and a rising China--is destined to be an area of growing importance in the twenty-first century, New Taiwan, New China righdy reminds us that Taiwan, poised among these giants as "one of the most well-endowed middle powers in a post-Cold War world," can only increase in stature and strategic significance as well. Karl J. Fields University of Puget Sound Karl Fields is an associate professor ofpolitics and government specializing in East Asian political economy. Jon Kowallis. The Lyrical Lu Xun: A Study ofHis Classical-Style Verse. Honolulu: University ofHawai'i Press, 1996. xii, 378 pp. isbn 0-8248-1511-4. The work under review is an ambitious, comprehensive, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

The Lyrical Lu Xun: A Study of His Classical-Style Verse (review)

China Review International , Volume 4 (1) – Mar 30, 1997

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194 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 1997 persistent sub-etìinic division between minority mainlanders and majority Taiwanese--and its significant impact on Taiwan's foreign policy. Klintworth labels all citizens of Taiwan "Taiwanese," and uses fhe terms "Kuomintang government" and "Taiwanese government" almost interchangeably. Klintworth has provided an important and timely contribution to the largely neglected study of Taiwan's regional and even global political economy. He does so in prose refreshingly free of theoretical jargon, writing at a level easily accessible to upper-division undergraduates. If the Asia-Pacific region--as meeting place of the United States, Japan, and a rising China--is destined to be an area of growing importance in the twenty-first century, New Taiwan, New China righdy reminds us that Taiwan, poised among these giants as "one of the most well-endowed middle powers in a post-Cold War world," can only increase in stature and strategic significance as well. Karl J. Fields University of Puget Sound Karl Fields is an associate professor ofpolitics and government specializing in East Asian political economy. Jon Kowallis. The Lyrical Lu Xun: A Study ofHis Classical-Style Verse. Honolulu: University ofHawai'i Press, 1996. xii, 378 pp. isbn 0-8248-1511-4. The work under review is an ambitious, comprehensive,

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Published: Mar 30, 1997

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