The History Makers: Gao Xingjian, Ding Ling, Chu T’ien-wen, Lu Xun, Zhang Yimou, Xie Bingying, Hou Hsiao-hsien, and Shen Jiawei

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From left to right, top to bottom: Gao XingjianDing LingWen Yuan-ningChu T’ien-wenLu XunZhang YimouXie BingyingHou Hsiao-hsien, and Shen Jiawei.

Below are the books on (and in some cases by) the works of these individuals.

Gao Xingjian

See Gao Xingjian’s eponymous book, Gao Xingjian: Aesthetics and Creation,
translated by Mabel Lee.

Gao Xingjian Book

See Gao Xingjian and Transmedia Aesthetics, edited by Mabel Lee and Liu Jianmei.

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Wen Yuan-ning

See Imperfect Understanding: Intimate Portraits of Chinese Celebrities
by Wen Yuan-ning and Others, edited by Christopher Rea

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Ding Ling and Xie Bingying

See Chinese Women Writers and Modern Print Culture by Megan M. Ferry.

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Chu T’ien-wen and Hou Hsiao-hsien

See Contemporary Taiwanese Women Writers: An Anthology
edited by Jonathan Stalling, Lin Tai-man, and Yanwing Leung.
Included in this book is “The Story of Hsiao-Pi” by Chu T’ien-wen.

Stalling

See also The Sinophone Cinema of Hou Hsiao-hsien:
Culture, Style, Voice, and Motion by Christopher Lupke.
There is a chapter on Chu T’ien-wen and her work with Hou.

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Lu Xun

See Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung by Carolyn T. Brown

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See also The Chinese Prose Poem: A Study of Lu Xun’s “Wild Grass (Yecao)”
by Nicholas A. Kaldis

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Zhang Yimou

See Zhang Yimou: Globalization and the Subject of Culture by Wendy Larson

Larson

Shen Jiawei

See Painting History: China’s Revolution in a Global Context by Jiawei Shen,
edited by Mabel Lee.

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