CHIN-406 Reading Lu Xun
Spring for 2015-2016
Faculty:
This course will guide students through the stories, essays, and poems of Lu Xun (1881-1936). Such readings will help students understand several important issues that faced China during Lu Xun's time and that are still very much alive today--such as language reform, women's emancipation, modernity, and the debate about the so-called "national character." Conducted in Chinese.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: one 300-level Chinese course or equivalent.

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Fall '15: Zhang J (file download)
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