- Confucius and the Analects: New Essays
- Providing a collection of sophisticated new essays in various perspectives on the primal father of Chinese thought and values, Confucius and the Analects: New Essays is a highly anticipated and worthwhile contribution to Confucian studies. This text will remain a standard work in the field that belongs on the desk of every dedicated sinologist.
- Precious Records: Women in China's Long Eighteenth Century
- This is a wonderfully rich study, based on wide reading of the sources and crafted in a readable style. It is an important contribution to feminist scholarship's project of recovering the 'traditional’ Chinese woman, making visible the complexity of gender relations in a society too often simply pigeonholed as one of history's most successful patriarchies.
- The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction (Studies in Chinese literature and society)
- C. T. Hsia, Professor Emeritus of Chinese at Columbia University, is author of another seminal work of enduring importance, A History of Modern Chinese Fiction (1961; 2nd edition, 1971). A bilingual author of wide influence among Chinese readers, he has also published several volumes of criticism and essays in Chinese, and co-edited Modern Chinese Stories and Novellas: 1919-1949.
- Paper Butterfly: A Mei Wang Mystery (Mei Wang Mysteries)
- Two narratives drive Liang's absorbing second mystery to feature PI Wang Mei, who once worked for the ministry of public security (after 2008's The Eye of Jade): Mei's search for a missing pop singer, Kaili, and a subplot that begins nine years earlier with the imprisonment of a student, Lin, for participating in the student demonstrations in Tiananmen Square.
- The Garlic Ballads: A Novel
- Banned in his native China, Yan's novel centers on a revolt among garlic farmers who are unable to sell their crop during a surfeit. Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- Three Kingdoms: A Historical Novel. Abridged Edition
- "The subject matter of Three Kingdoms has long held an extraordinary grip on the Chinese imagination. . . . No less an authority than Mao Zedong asserted that when he set out on the campaigns that would ultimately bring him to power, Three Kingdoms was the book he valued most." -- Patrick Hanan, New York Times Book Review.
- Orphan of Asia (Modern Chinese Literature from Taiwan)
- Wu's autobiographical novel, completed in 1945 at the end of Japan's colonial rule of Taiwan, and here translated into English for the first time, traces the path of Hu Taiming. Raised in a traditional Taiwanese family, he retains an admiration for China, his ancestral homeland. Even within his own family, Taiming is pulled in opposite directions.
- A History of Modern Chinese Fiction: Third Edition
- "The great virtue of this book is that it provides a practical acquaintance with the writing itself by means of copious passages of translation from representative novels." - New York Times Book Review "C. T. Hsia's book is by now an acknowledged classic. It truly opened up a new field and prepared the way for generations of American scholars to do research.
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