A history of pain trauma in modern chinese literature and film global chinese culture paperback april 26 2011 by michael berry author visit amazons michael berry page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for . A history of pain acknowledges the far reaching influence of this art and addresses its profound role in shaping the public imagination and conception as well as misconception of modern chinese history. A history of pain book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers trauma in modern chinese literature and film as want to read the portrayal of historical atrocity in fiction film and popular culture can reveal much about the function of individual memory and the shifting status of national identity. Depictions of violence in chinese fiction and visual culture are by no means an entirely modern phenomenon in classic works of late imperial literature such as outlaws of the marsh shui hu zhuan the chivalric tale of 108 bandits and journey to the west xi you ji the fantastic account of a monk a friar a pig and a monkey who travel to india in search of buddhist . Michael berry is the author of a history of pain trauma in modern chinese literature and filmwhich explores literary and cinematic representations of atrocity in twentieth century china speaking in images interviews with contemporary chinese filmmakers a collection of dialogues with contemporary chinese filmmakers including hou hsiao hsien
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