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Issue Details: First known date: 1981... 1981 Chinese Women and Social Change : The Late Ch'ing Novel Huang Hsiu-ch'iu as a Programme for Positive Action by Chinese Women in a Time of National Crisis
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    y separately published work icon Society and the Writer : Essays on Literature in Modern Asia Gungwu Wang (editor), David G. Marr (editor), M Guerrero (editor), Australian National University Press Australian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies , 1981 Z1159865 1981 single work criticism 'Material covered includes traditional Balinese literature, Filipino proletarian drama, Chinese children's literature and Javanese commercial fiction as well as ..."high culture" literary forms' Tickell, 'A Clash of Cultural Assumptions'. Australian National University Press Australian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies , 1981 pg. 123-137
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123-137 Chinese Women and Social Change : The Late Ch'ing Novel Huang Hsiu-ch'iu as a Programme for Positive Action by Chinese Women in a Time of National Crisissmall AustLit logo
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