CHI 440 - 20th Century Chinese literature

A study of 20th century Chinese literary development, this course examines the literary writings, major authors and literary movements in cultural and historical contexts. The course also reviews the development of China's ethnic minority literature, the growth of popular literature, and the evolution of regional literature. Course readings include selected writings from four historical periods: 1900-16, 1917-49, 1949-85 and 1986-2000. Written projects and oral reports are required.
Prerequisite: CHI 210 or departmental approval or any other 400-level Chinese course, except CHI 476

Course Credit: 3

Lab Hours: 1HRS.