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“Dragon Seed”: War and Women in Rural China as Presented in the Fictional Novel by Pearl Buck
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A 5 page discussion of the impacts of war on the small rural village of the Ling Tan family. This paper introduces Jade, one of the primary characters of the book, and details how war impacted her differently than it did the male members of the village. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPdrgnSd.rtf

“Fiction in China under the Communist regime”
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A nine page paper which looks at three stories from the Maoist period in China, in terms of the way that they use metaphorical narratives to criticise the flaws in the regime, such as the way in which women were treated within the community and the difficulties faced by those who tried to improve their own socio-economic status under Communism. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLChinafic.wps

“Government in China: three perspectives”
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An eight page paper which looks at the system of government in Imperial China from the point of view of three authors, and considers the way in which the breakdown of Confucianism affected not only the ritual and customs of the Imperial Family but also the lives of the lower echelons of society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: JLMing.rtf

“Life Along the Silk Road” by Susan Whitfield: The Princess’s Tale, The Monk’s Tale and The Nun’s Tale
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This is a 5 page paper discussing three tales found in Susan Whitfield’s “Life Along the Silk Road”. Susan Whitfield’s 1999 text “Life Along the Silk Road” tells ten tales each based on a character between the years AD 750 and AD 1,000 an unstable period of Chinese history. Three of these tales “The Princess’s Tale” (Taihe, 821-842), “The Monk’s Tale” (Chudda, 855-870), and “The Nun’s Tale” (Miaofu, 880-961) specifically tell of the latter end of the Tang Dynasty during a time when Tibetan raiders were constant threats and the popularity of the Buddhist religion was falling out of favor. The tales reveal the inner characters and their lives but perhaps more importantly also reveal their realization about how their lives are involved in and affected by the political and religious climate at the time. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TJSWhit1.rtf


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