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Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing (China Studies)

by Chloe F. Starr

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Novels, other prose & writers: from c 1900 -,
  • History,
  • Sociology,
  • Chinese,
  • History: World,
  • China,
  • General,
  • Asia - China,
  • Sociology - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9085866M
    ISBN 109004156291
    ISBN 109789004156296

    Chloë Starr is a Departmental Lecturer in Classical Chinese at the University of Oxford. She works on text and narrative: her most recent publication is Red-light Novels of the Late Qing () and she is currently editing a volume on Chinese biblical hermeneutics. Book Web. 1. Scholars Portal Books: Canadian University Presses Red-light novels of the late Qing [electronic resource] / Chloë F. Starr. Leiden: Brill ; Biggleswade: Extenza Turpin [distributor], adding 3 million additional items. ETAS items are listed as print-only in our catalogue. Check for your item in HathiTrust.

      Her latest volume is Chinese Theology: Text and Context (Yale University Press, Nov. ); previous volumes include a monograph on late Qing fiction, Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing () and edited volumes Reading Christian Scriptures . Qi Sheng was using the God-kill Cross Shield. He didn’t expect Zhang Ruochen to rescue Huang Yanchen and Qing Mo that quickly. It was too late to retract the God-kill Cross Shield to defend himself. “Six Law Universe.” The six wings on Qi Sheng’s back let .

    Red-light Novels of the late Qing. Author(s): Chloe Starr. Christiainity Today Best Book Award in History The Civil War was not only a war of armies but also a war of ideas, in which Union and Confederacy alike identified itself as a moral nation with God on its side. In this watershed book, Harry S. Stout measures the gap between. Red-light Novels of the late Qing China Studies Published for the Institute for Chinese Studies University of Oxford Editors Glen Dudbridge Frank Pieke VOLUME 14 Red-light Novels of the late Qing By Chloë F. Starr LEIDEN • BOSTON Cover illustration: Textual compilation from Xiuxiang Huayue hen (Guangyi Shuju, n.d.), author’s copy.


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Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing (China Studies) by Chloe F. Starr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chloe Starr’s Red-light Novels of the late Qing draws from and contributes to the recent decade’s confluence of rich developments in scholarship on the late Qing and early Republic, in particular on the city of Shanghai and the era’s courtesan culture.

out of 5 stars Red-light novels of the late Qing Reviewed in the United States on August 6, Called courtesan literature, the books Starr explores might more accurately be called client-literature, owning to the books focus on the clients' experiences in entering the world of the by: out of 5 stars Red-light novels of the late Qing Reviewed in the United States on August 6, Called courtesan literature, the books Starr explores might more accurately be called client-literature, owning to the books focus on the clients' experiences in entering the world of the demimonde/5.

Get this from a library. Red-light novels of the late Qing. [Chloë F Starr] -- Traditionally both literary theorists and university courses divide between 'classical' and 'modern' literature.

This has left 19th century fiction in limbo. The popularity of dynasty red-light. Red-light Novels of the late Qing (China Studies) () Chloe F.

Starr. Chlo?«Starr's book offers a comprehensive literary reading of six nineteenth-century Chinese red-light novels and assesses how and why they alter our view of late Qing fiction and the authorial self.

Red-light Novels of the late Qing Series: -century fiction in limbo, and allowed negative assessments of its quality to persist unchecked. The popularity of Qing dynasty red-light fiction – works whose primary focus is the relationship between clients and courtesans, set in tea-houses, pleasure gardens, and later, brothels – has endured Cited by: Get this from a library.

Red-light novels of the late Qing. [Chloë F Starr] -- Traditionally both literary theorists and university courses divide between 'classical' and 'modern' literature.

This volume offers a comprehensive literary reading of six nineteenth-century Chinese. Red-light Novels of the late Qing 作者: Chloe F. Starr 出版社: BRILL 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: 豆瓣评分.

This volume is based on Green Book of Population and Labor No. 16 originally published in Chinese. Chapter one reviews developments in population and family planning during the 12th five-year plan period (–), presents forecast, and examines the relationship between demographic changes and economic development.

Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing (China Studies) by Chloe F. Starr; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Courtesans in literature, Chinese fiction, History and criticism. Red-light novels of the late Qing [electronic resource] / Chloë F. Starr.

Main author: Starr, Chloë F. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Other works include Red-light Novels of the Late Qing (); a coedited volume, The Quest for Gentility in China (); and an edited volume, Reading Christian Scriptures in China ().

Read more. Chloë Starr: adding Asian Christian sensibility to the global conversation. Books. Xin Zhongguo weilai ji a concept that was newly introduced in late Qing China. The novel begins inAccording to Chloë F.

Starr, the author of Red-light Novels of the late Qing, the novel stopped publication due to a decline in the sale of serial magazines. Mair contains chapters discussing vernacular stories, full-length vernacular novels, some lesser-known novels, later classical tales, and late Qing fiction.

The novels of the Ming and early Qing dynasties represented a pinnacle of classic Chinese fiction. Download Citation | Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing. By Chloë F. Starr. Leiden: Brill, xxvi, pp. $ (cloth) | Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing.

She has published on Chinese literature and Chinese theology; recent works include Chinese Theology: Text and Context (), a co-edited text book Documenting China (); monograph Red-light Novels of the late Qing (Brill, ), a co-edited volume The Quest for Gentility in China (Routledge,) and an edited volume Reading.

She is the author of Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing, editor of Reading Christian Scriptures in China, and coeditor of The Quest for Gentility in China. “A rare and prized contribution, this book offers penetrating analysis of the literary forms and theological contents of major Chinese texts.

Chloë F. Starr, author of Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing, wrote that this novel was among the best-known caizi jiaren novels. Maram Epstein, author of Competing Discourses: Orthodoxy, Authenticity, and Engendered Meanings in Late Imperial Chinese Fiction, described the novel as being "moralistic".

The story has eighteen chapters. Red-light Novels of the Late Qing. Leiden: Brill, [MCLC Resource Center review by John Christopher Hamm] [Abstract: Chinese literature has traditionally been divided by both theorists and university course providers into ‘classical’ and ‘modern.’ This has left nineteenth-century fiction in limbo, and allowed negative assessments.

Her BA and MA were in Chinese Studies from Cambridge University, and her DPhil from Oxford University was on Late Qing Red-light Novels. Her work focuses on late Qing texts and contemporary Chinese theology.

A new book, Chinese Theology: Text and Context is due to be published by Yale University Press in. Red-light Novels of the Late Qing. Leiden: Brill, April xxvi + pp. ‘Rethinking Church through the Book of Common Prayer in Late Qing and Early Republican China,’ in Philip L.

Wickeri, ed., Anglican and Episcopal History in China: Church, Society, Curriculum Vitæ. Chloë F. Size: KB.Chloë Starr is associate professor of Asian Christianity and theology at Yale University Divinity School.

She is the author of Red-Light Novels of the Late Qing, editor of Reading Christian Scriptures in China, and coeditor of The Quest for Gentil More about Chloë Starr.Qing Xiao’s glove got damaged and turned into metal fragments. The sword Qi made his arm bleed.

The forces coming from the sword Qi shocked Qing Xiao away, and his arm couldn’t stop bleeding. Sword Saint Mingdong said, “Even your master, Sword Saint Xuanji, wasn’t my match, not to mention you.