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《Journal of Chinese Women's Studies》 2017-04
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Women,Revolution and Personalities of an Intellectual:Reading CHEN Ying-zhen's Hillside Trails

LIU Kun;Department of Chinese Language and Literature,Nankai University;  
This paper examines the story of the heroine,CAI Qian-hui,in CHEN Ying-zhen's Hillside Trails( 1983) and reveals a relationship between Chen's left leaning ideals and his literary depiction. It holds that the"duality"of lived experience and the soul searching efforts of an urban intellectual made up the initial blueprint of Chen's fiction. The combination of a Christian's repentance and sacrifice and a left leaning humanist intellectual sympathetic with the downtrodden working people created a noble image of CAI Qian-hui. The difference and contradictions between her earlier and later images came from the reproduction of an intellectual personality. Left leaning intellectuals who were once traumatized by their experiences with"setbacks in revolutionary"would find it difficult to express directly unless through a process of"gender conversion"to recode their experience into a female image so as to reconstruct men's history.
【Fund】: 天津市哲学社会科学规划课题(项目编号:TJZW12-003)的阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: I207.42
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