Revolution of the Heart: A Genealogy of Love in China, 1900-1950

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Stanford University Press, 2006年12月7日 - 384 頁
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This book is an engagingly written critical genealogy of the idea of "love" in modern Chinese literature, thought, and popular culture. It examines a wide range of texts, including literary, historical, philosophical, anthropological, and popular cultural genres from the late imperial period to the beginning of the socialist era. It traces the process by which love became an all-pervasive subject of representation and discourse, as well as a common language in which modern notions of self, gender, family, sexuality, and nation were imagined and contested.

Winner of the Association for Asian Studies 2009 Joseph Levenson Book Prize for the best English-language academic book on post-1900 China

 

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The Cult of Qing
25
Virtuous Sentiments
60
The Age of Romance
95
The Micropolitics of Love
140
The Historical Epistemology of Sex
186
The Problem of National Sympathy
221
Revolution of the Heart
255
The Intimate Conflicts of Modernity
298
Notes
311
Character List
331
References
337
Index
353
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Haiyan Lee is Assistant Professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Stanford University.

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