Bats: Biology, Behavior And Folklore

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Michel Hockx
University of Hawaii Press, 1999 - Literary Collections - 252 pages
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A collection of essays which address literary sociology with the intention of illuminating modern China, its literature and those who work in the field. The sociological background to the production and consumption of literary texts is examined, shedding light on their meaning and structure.
  

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Contents

Acknoicledgements
1
An Act of Violence
21
More Than Butterflies
40
Playing the Field h 1
61
From Literature to Love
79
Literature High and Low
113
Stories and Legends
134
No Past to Long For?
161
Here There Anywhere
198
Bibliography
216
Glossary
232
Contribuwrs
247
CHAPTER PAGE
3
XVH HIBERNATION OF BATS
266
XVIIL THE ENEMIES OF BATS
280
THE CAVES OF YPORANGA
328

Displacing the Political
178

About the author (1999)

Hockx is professor of Chinese Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

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