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A history of the Chinese cultural revolution.

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Published by Vintage Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • China -- Politics and government -- 1949-1976

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTranslated from the French by Richard Seaver. Pref. by Han Suyin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS777.55 .D3713 1974b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 336 p.
      Number of Pages336
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5413404M
      ISBN 100394718437
      LC Control Number73004733


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Read The Cultural Revolution: A People's History, — by Frank Dikötter and you will have your answer. The history of China can be one of many lows; wars, famines, poor leadership, imperial occupation and exploitation.

Yet The Cultural Revolution was particularly cruel. Mao simply enacted this ‘movement’ as an exercise in raw by:   Kurt Fass Paul Clark’s “The Chinese Cultural Revolution: A History” is a detailed historical analysis intended as a scholarly review of how and why this authoritarian regime used and molded Chinese culture in its image.

Clark begins to make an interesting point by claiming the May 4th Movement of in China as being the genesis of The Cultural Revolution/5. Fractured Rebellion. by Andrew Walder. Read. W e’re trying to understand the Cultural Revolution, these ten years of madness in China fromand your first choice is a new book, Fractured Rebellion, about the Red Guard movement in Beijing.

What Was The Cultural Revolution. - HISTORY. GROSS: Frank Dikotter is the author of the new book "The Cultural Revolution: A People's History." He spoke with FRESH AIR contributor. President’s Book Award, Social Science History Association “ The Cultural Revolution at the Margins is a carefully researched and equally carefully thought-out account of the ideological struggles of the Cultural Revolution and its eventual suppression by a.

The Cultural Revolution was launched in China in by Communist leader Mao Zedong in order to reassert his authority over the Chinese government.

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World History Archive/Alamy. The Cultural Revolution (in full, the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution) took place from to in China. The benign-sounding moniker belies. 1 Paul Clark, The Chinese Cultural Revolution: A History, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,pp.

2 In this fascinating book, Paul Clark goes against the grain of mainstream English-language scholarship and puts the “culture” back into the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (GPCR, ). Rather than divide the movement into a series of public demonstrations, factional Author: Gina Marchetti.

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Based on a wide variety of unusual and only recently available sources, this book covers the entire Cultural Revolution decade () and shows how the Cultural Revolution was experienced by ordinary Chinese at the base of urban and rural society/5.

Paul Clark's The Chinese Cultural Revolution: A History is an exciting and eye-opening read. Far from being a cultural desert, this wonderfully readable and scrupulously researched work shows us a period of innovation and vibrantly engaging cultural by: The present volume, Turbulent Decade: A History of the Cultural Revolution, is based on the revised edition and has been masterfully edited and translated by D.

Kwok in consultation with the 5/5(1). Based on a wide variety of unusual and only recently available sources, this book covers the entire Cultural Revolution decade () and shows how the Cultural Revolution was experienced by ordinary Chinese at the base of urban and rural society.

The contributors emphasize the complex interaction of state and society during this tumultuous period, exploring the way events originating at 5/5(6).

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Ji Xianlin’s The Cowshed: Memories of the Chinese Cultural Revolution is a harrowing first-person account of the period. First published in and recently translated into English, the book.

Peoples Trilogy 3 Books Collection Set By Frank Dikötter (Mao's Great Famine, The Tragedy of Liberation, The Cultural Revolution) by Frank Dikötter, Mao's Great Famine by. T his week marks the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Cultural Revolution in China.

Beginning inMao Zedong, who had withdrawn somewhat into the background of the Chinese leadership. A groundbreaking study of cultural life during a turbulent and formative decade in contemporary China, this book seeks to explode several myths about the Cultural Revolution (officially ).

Through national and local examination of the full range of cultural forms (film, operas, dance, other stage arts, music, fine arts, literature, and even architecture), Clark argues against 5/5(2).

THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION A People’s History, foreign and Chinese scholarship, the book paints such a damning portrait of Mao and Communist Party governance that if it were widely circulated. The Cultural Revolution was a sociopolitical movement in China that began in with Mao Zedong, the leader of the Chinese Communist Party.

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For the Chinese Communist Party, the Cultural Revolution is history in the sense that it is past. There was a verdict inand an historical accounting that rendered Mao Zedong seventy percent good. According to 交锋—当代中国三次思想解放实录, a book published by the Press of People's Daily inas well as some other documentations, Ye Jianying, the First Vice Chairman of the Communist Party of China and one of China's ten marshals, claimed that "20 million people died, million people were persecuted, and 80 billion RMB was wasted in the Cultural Revolution" during a working conference of Location: People's Republic of China.

This second edition of Historical Dictionary of the Chinese Cultural Revolution covers its history through a chronology, an introductory essay, glossary, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over cross-referenced entries on important personalities, politics, economy, foreign relations, religion, and culture.

bourgeois ideology” in Thus began the decade-long Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution that would have devastating and far-reaching impact on modern China. The Cultural Revolution was one of the most complex events in the history of the Chinese Communist Party. All the Chinese people and institutions were involved and changed forever.

A new history of the period by Frank Dikötter of the University of Hong Kong describes the Cultural Revolution as “an old man settling personal scores at the end of his life”. Biography. Born in Tianjin in to a family originally from Ningbo, Zhejiang province, Feng rose to prominence as a pioneer of the Scar Literature movement that emerged after the Cultural Revolution.

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Economy and environment. Benn, James A. Tea in China: A Religious and Cultural History () Chaffee, John W. In the s and s, especially during the period of the Cultural Revolution, the books which were allowed to be published were very limited.

They only included classic works by Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin, and Joseph Stalin, books written by Mao Zedong and Lu Xun, a few political readings, and Revolutionary opera books.

Between and China had a democratic revolution, then an abortive workers' revolution. In the process came a cultural revolution, of which novelist Lu Xun was the central figure.

‎Based on a wide variety of unusual and only recently available sources, this book covers the entire Cultural Revolution decade () and shows how the Cultural Revolution was experienced by ordinary Chinese at the base of urban and rural society. The contributors emphasize the.

For millions of ordinary Chinese, the Cultural Revolution was a period of restricted freedom, intimidation, social upheaval and economic disruption. Background The context for the Cultural Revolution was Mao Zedong’s loss of political power and prestige, following the disastrous failures of the Great Leap Forward.

During the Cultural Revolution, in which millions were persecuted or killed, owning it "became a way of surviving", says Daniel Leese, professor of modern Chinese history and. The Revolution Spins out of Control. By February ofChina had descended into chaos. The purges had reached the level of army generals who dared to speak out against the excesses of the Cultural Revolution, and Red Guards were turning against one another and fighting in the streets.

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