Encyclopedia of World Biography. Love- Micah by Paula K. Byers, Suzanne Michele Bourgoin

By Paula K. Byers, Suzanne Michele Bourgoin

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T. Hsia, A History of Modern Chinese Fiction, 1917-1957 (1961), and Tsi-an Hsia, The Gate of Darkness: Studies on the Leftist Literary Movement in China (1968). , Lu Hsu¨n’s vision of reality, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976. , 1984. Ⅺ Gyorgy Luka´cs The Hungarian literary critic and philosopher Gyorgy Luka´cs (1885-1971) was one of the foremost Marxist literary critics and theorists. His influence on criticism has been considerable in both Western and Eastern Europe. G yorgy Luka´cs was born April 13, 1885, in Budapest, into a wealthy, intellectual, Jewish banking family.

His Work De rerum natura, some 7,400 lines long, is divided into 6 books. The title translates the Peri Physeos of Epicurus, whom Lucretius acknowledges as his master and praises in the most lavish terms. Book 1 begins by invoking Venus, appealing to Memius, praising Epicurus, and listing the wrongs committed in the name of religion, the reasons for accepting Epicurus, and the difficulty of treating Greek philosophy in Latin verse. Next, the poet sets forth the atomic theory of Epicurus (derived from Democritus).

English Risk: A Sociological Theory (1993) and Soziale System, English Social Systems (1995). Ⅺ Lu Hsu¨n Lu Hsu¨n (1881-1936) was the pen name of Chou Shu-jen, a Chinese author and social critic. Best known for his pioneering short stories in the modern style and his prolific output as a polemic and personal essayist, he was a prominent man of letters and cultural leader. M odern Chinese literature began with the literary revolution of 1917, initiated by Hu Shih and his friends. It aimed to replace the classical styles of poetry and prose with the vernacular form of writing (paihua).

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