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Rebecca Karl: What is to be Done? Literature and History in China's Revolutionary Twentieth-Century
This talk will address the problem of literary and historical narrative in China's twentieth century. Revolutionary time is a particular kind of time, requiring different kinds of narrative. In an analytical pass through a century of narrativizations/re-narrativizations, the talk will examine how successive revolutionaries and writers attempted to answer the constantly posed and re-posed radical question of "what is to be done" (shto delats? 怎么办?).
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