The Rhetoric of Change

Christina Y. Lin
The early 20th century saw a plethora of declarations, proclamations, and calls to arms for change in China. Some authors, such as Mao Zedong, represented prominent political movements, while others, like Lu Xun, expressed their ideas in passing through a preface to a collection of short stories. Among these writers, some take a practical approach, reflecting a belief that revolution begins with concrete, tangible changes that will improve the lives of the common man. Others...
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