The first in depth examination of the aesthetics and politics of the crowd in modern chinese literature and thought revolutionary waves raises questions about the promise and peril of community as communion and reimagines collective life in chinas post socialist present buy this book from harvard university press. Revolutionary waves analyzes the crowd in the chinese cultural and political imagination and its global resonances by delving into a wide range of fiction philosophy poetry and psychological studies raising questions about the promise and peril of community as communion and reimagining collective life in chinas post socialist present. Tie xiaos end page e 27 revolutionary waves the crowd in modern china provides a long needed rigorous examination of the crowd as an intellectual concern and dilemma of representation for thinkers and writers of the first half of the twentieth century astutely aware of the interpretive ambivalence that the crowd produces xiao approaches . Revolutionary waves the crowd in modern china author tie xiao about the book during chinas transition from dynastic empire to nation state the crowd emerged as a salient trope intellectuals across the ideological spectrum have used the crowd trope to ruminate on questions of selfhood and nationhood and to advance competing models of . However it was also sometimes used to refer to the crowd until it was displaced by the new coinage qunzhong after the may fourth movement lire la suite du compte rendu texte intgral fiche du livre revolutionary waves the crowd in modern china
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