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Hu 1972), Feng Zhi (D. Cheung 1979), Li Boyuan (Lancashire 1981), Shen Congwen (Nieh 1972), Su Manshu (W. Liu 1972), Xiao Hong (Goldblatt 1976), Qian Zhongshu (Huters 1982), Wen Yiduo (K. Hsu 1980), Zeng Pu (P. Li 1980), and Zhou Zuoren (Wolff 1971), in addition to one writer from Taiwan, Jiang Gui (Ross 1974). Significantly, this series already included late Qing writers as part of modern Chinese literature. 4 Literary anthologies are indispensable to the institutionalization of literary studies in Chinese as well as in English.
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