On the Language of Resistance: Hong Kong Literature after 1989
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摘要The paper gives an account of the literary culture of Cantonese-speaking Hong Kong writers from 1989, through the handover of Hong Kong in 1997 and up to 2010s. It explores the origins of Sinophone literature and tells the story of how Hong Kong writers like Wong Bik-wan (1961—), Dung Kai-cheung (1967—) and Chan Koon-chung (1952—) developed the language of resistance by interplaying with ‘Chineseness’, ‘Localism’ and ‘Culture of Dis-appearance’ in the 1990s, a critical decade of literary and cultural debates arising from the Tiananmen Incident in China in 1989.
著者Wong Nim Yan
會議名稱2016 Research Forum on Chinese Literature, Linguistics, Culture and Education (LLCE)
會議開始日28.11.2016
會議完結日29.11.2016
會議地點The University of Sydney
會議國家/地區澳大利亞
出版年份2016
語言美式英語

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