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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2019;9(1): 254-256.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2019.9.1.254
The Conception of Literature and History as an Event by Zhongchen Wang (Human Publishing, 2016)
Qing LI
Lecturer, School of Foreign Studies, Minzu University of China
Correspondence  Qing LI ,Email: promise_tea@aliyun.com
Published online: 30 December 2019.
Copyright ©2019 The Global Institute for Japanese Studies, Korea University
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This book is a collection of 20 papers by Zhongchen Wang. It consists of four volumes. Volume 1 contains papers which examine the formation of modern Chinese and Japanese culture during the late Qing Dynasty and the Meiji Era. Volume 2 includes papers about the relationship between modern Chinese literature and foreign literature, particularly the Japanese reception of Lu Xun and Ding Ling. Volume 3 consists of papers about Ding Ling focusing on her late years, and Volume 4 contains studies on the Sorge-Ozaki Hotsumi incident, the historian Sinian Fu, and the historical viewpoint of Jiegang Gu.
Keywords: Zhongchen Wang, Qichao Liang, Lu Xun, Yoshie Hotta, Cross-Border

キ―ワ―ド: 王中忱, 梁啓超, 魯迅, 堀田善衛, 跨境
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