The Chinese Literary Conquest of Xinjiang

@article{Newby1999TheCL,
  title={The Chinese Literary Conquest of Xinjiang},
  author={L. Newby},
  journal={Modern China},
  year={1999},
  volume={25},
  pages={451 - 474}
}
  • L. Newby
  • Published 1999
  • History
  • Modern China
In recent years, a new genre of fiction has emerged in China known as Xibu wenxue (literature of the Western regions). While many of the authors contributing to this growing body of literature have lived and worked in the northwest all their lives, others were sent there to serve in the army or to xiafang (to go down to the countryside), most notably during the Cultural Revolution. Whether set in Xinjiang, Tibet, Mongolia, Gansu, or Qinghai, these writings invariably reflect a keen sense of the… Expand
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