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  • Author:
    yang jiang
  • ISBN:
    7020043801
  • ISBN13:
    978-7020043804
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  • Publisher:
    people's literature publishing house (January 1, 2004)
  • Pages:
    299 pages
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Baptism by Yang Jiang book. Baptism is the only novel written by the distinguished Chinese woman playwright, essayist, and translator, Yang Jiang. Born in 1911, she has experienced the entire sweep of China’s turbulent twentieth-century history. Passages from this novel have already been quoted, in English, in books about the period.

Yang Jiang (Chinese: 杨绛; Wade–Giles: Yang Chiang; 17 July 1911 – 25 May 2016) was a Chinese playwright, author, and translator. She wrote several successful comedies, and was the first Chinese person to produce a complete Chinese version of Miguel de Cervantes' novel Don Quixote. She was born in Beijing as Yang Jikang, and grew up in the Jiangnan region. After graduating from Soochow University in 1932, Yang Jiang enrolled in the graduate school of Tsinghua University.

Baptism is the only novel written by the distinguished Chinese woman playwright, essayist, and translator, Yang Jiang. Born in 1911, she has experienced the entire sweep of China's turbulent 20th-century history. The characters in this vivid, witty, and engrossing novel, set in a Beijing literary institute right after the revolution, are a group of intellectuals from the old society adjusting to a new reality.

Yang Jiang, born in 1911, is one of China's most eminent playwrights . Baptism is her only novel.

Yang Jiang, born in 1911, is one of China's most eminent playwrights, essayists, memoirists and translators. It was published in China in 1986, when she was 75, and has been in print ever since. Judith Amory is a retired Harvard University librarian.

Yang Jiang and her husband, the author Qian Zhongshu (Fortress . Jiang’s book, a bloodthirsty prescription for national renewal that praised the nomadic Mongolian spirit, played fast and loose with the facts.

Yang Jiang and her husband, the author Qian Zhongshu (Fortress Besieged), were both consigned to reform through labor in the 1960s, a period she documented in her memoir A Cadre School Life: Six Chapters (a later translation renders it as Six Chapters From My Life Downunder ) Jiang’s book, a bloodthirsty prescription for national renewal that praised the nomadic Mongolian spirit, played fast and loose with the facts, and was attacked as fascist, went on to sell four million copies within a year.

Baptism by Yang Jiang - 저자가 杨绛인 eBook입니다 Yang Jiang, born in 1911, is one of China's most eminent playwrights, essayists, memoirists and translators.

Baptism by Yang Jiang - 저자가 杨绛인 eBook입니다. PC, Android, iOS 기기에서 Google Play 북 앱을 사용해 이 책을 읽어 보세요. 책을 다운로드하여 오프라인으로 읽거나 Baptism by Yang Jiang을(를) 읽으면서 문구에 강조표시하고, 페이지에 북마크를 지정하고, 메모를 작성할 수 있습니다. Yang Jiang, born in 1911, is one of China's most eminent playwrights, essayists, memoirists and translators.

Yang Jiang, (Yang Jikang), Chinese writer and translator (born July 17, 1911, Beijing, China-died May 25, 2016 . This article was originally published in the Britannica Book of the Year, an annual print publication that provides an overview of the year’s most-notable people and events.

Yang Jiang, (Yang Jikang), Chinese writer and translator (born July 17, 1911, Beijing, China-died May 25, 2016, Beijing), was a versatile writer greatly admired for her spare, elegant prose, as exemplified in her best-known works, Gan xiao liu ji (1981; Six Chapters from My Life Downunder, En. Unlike most articles on Britannica. Rather, they are presented on the site as archival content, intended for historical reference only.

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Select Format: Unknown Binding. Format:Unknown Binding. ISBN13:9787500413936. Release Date:January 1993.

Yang Yinyu (aunt, 1884-1938) Yang Jiang, tran. Judith M. Amory and Yaohua Shi (2007). Geremie Barme (1989). Lost in the Crowd: A Cultural Revolution Memoir.

Yang Yinyu (aunt, 1884-1938). Yang Jiang (simplified Chinese: 杨绛; traditional Chinese: 楊絳; pinyin: Yáng Jiàng), born Yang Jikang (simplified Chinese: 杨季康; traditional Chinese: 楊季康; pinyin: Yáng Jìkāng) (born 17 July 1911), is a Chinese playwright, author, and translator Contents. Hong Kong University Press.

It describes how the intellectuals after the founding of the PRC confront with baptism with various attitudes.