Hu Shi and Zhang Shizhao

@article{Jian2006HuSA,
  title={Hu Shi and Zhang Shizhao},
  author={Bai Ji'an},
  journal={Chinese Studies in History},
  year={2006},
  volume={39},
  pages={3 - 32}
}
  • Bai Ji'an
  • Published 2006
  • Chinese Studies in History
Hu Shi (1891–1962) and Zhang Shizhao (1881–1973) were both friends and polemic enemies. In the history of culture, one of them was the leader of the movement promoting the vernacular style of writing, while the other was a prominent proponent of the classical style of writing. Their association was very interesting and historically significant. They were only ten years apart in age, yet they belonged to two different generations so far as their actions and contributions to modern history are… Expand

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