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The Resource Discourses of Disease : Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China

Discourses of Disease : Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China

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Discourses of Disease : Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China
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Discourses of Disease
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Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China
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eng
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non fiction
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dictionaries
Discourses of Disease : Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China
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Discourses of Disease : Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China
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Discourses of Disease: Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- List of Figures -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: Disease and Discourse -- Part 1: Hygiene and Psychosis: From Routine to Poetry -- 1: James Henderson's Shanghai Hygiene and the British Constitution in Early Modern China -- 2: Curing Unhappiness in Revolutionary China: Optimism under Socialism and Capitalism -- 3: Metaphors unto Themselves: Mental Illness Poetics and Narratives in Contemporary Chinese Poetry -- Part 2: Drugs and Cancers: From Nation to Fiction -- 4: Unmaking of Nationalism: Drug Addiction and Its Literary Imagination in Bi Shumin's Novel -- 5: Narrative as Therapy: Stories of Breast Cancer by Bi Shumin and Xi Xi -- 6: Narrating Cancer, Disabilities, and aids: Yan Lianke's Trilogy of Disease -- Part 3: AIDS and Virus: From Film to Forum -- 7: Reluctant Transcendence: aids and the Catastrophic Condition in Gu Changwei's Film Love for Life -- 8: Alone Together: Contagion, Stigmatization and Utopia as Therapy in Zhao Liang's aids Documentary Together -- 9: The Unknown Virus: The Social Logic of Bio-conspiracy Theories in Contemporary China -- Index
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1 online resource (291 pages)
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9789004319219
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