Money, Incentives and Efficiency in the Hungarian Economic Reform

Money, Incentives and Efficiency in the Hungarian Economic Reform

by Joseph C. Brada, Istvan Dobozi


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ISBN-13: 9780873325660
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/30/1990
Series: Chinese Studies on China
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.22(w) x 9.28(h) x 0.65(d)
Lexile: 1740L (what's this?)

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Chinese women's writing is rich and abundant, although not well known in the West. Despite the brutal wars and political upheavals that ravaged twentieth-century China, the ranks of women in the literary world increased dramatically. This anthology introduces English language readers to a comprehensive selection of Chinese women poets from both the mainland and Taiwan. It spans the early 1920s and the era of Republican China's literary renaissance through the end of the twentieth century. The collection includes 245 poems by forty poets in elegant English translations, as well as an extensive introduction that surveys the history of contemporary Chinese women's poetry. Brief biographical headnotes introduce each poet, from Bin Xin, China's preeminent woman poet in the early Republican period, to Rongzi, a leading poet of modern Taiwan. The selections are startling, moving, and wide-ranging in mood and tone. Together they present an enticing palette of delightful, elegant, playful, lyric, and tragic poetry.

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