Lu Xun 鲁迅 in Virtual China: 70th anniversary of his death РLyn Jeffery

From Virtual China:

Lu Xun is revered in China as the father of modern Chinese , and was similar to Mark Twain in his ability to skewer the morals and politics of the day (early 20th century China) through devilishly drawn characters, satire, and brilliant language. A few of those characters, Ah Q in particular, have endured through the last 70 years of change and remain common referents for Chinese people….

Sina’s Lu Xun commemoration site goes over his life history and provides links to some of his stories and essays (in Chinese; see English links below), selections of which have been posted in full on Sina’s Literature BBS….[Full Text]

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