Passionate Women: Female Suicide in Late Imperial China

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Paul Stanley Ropp, Paola Zamperini, Harriet Thelma Zurndorfer
BRILL, 2001 - 156 頁
This is a collection of original essays which focuses on the causes, meanings and significance of female suicides in Ming and Qing China. It is the first attempt in English-language scholarship to revise earlier views of female self-destruction that had been shaped by the May Fourth Movement and anti-Confucian critiques of Chinese culture, and to consider the matter of female suicide in the wider context of more recent scholarship on women and gender relations in late imperial China. The essays also reveal the world of tensions, conflicting demands and expectations, and a variety of means by which both women and men made moral sense of their lives in late imperial China. The volume closes with an extensive bibliography of relevant and important Chinese, Japanese, and Western publications related to female suicide in late imperial China.

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Harriet T ZURNDORFER Foreword
1
Katherine CARLITZ The Daughter the SingingGirl and
22
Female Suicide
47
Eros and Suicide in Late
77
The Cultural Signifi
105
Paul S Ropp Bibliography
143
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