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Jerry D. Schmidt

In The Poet Zheng Zhen (1806-1864) and the Rise of Chinese Modernity, J. D. Schmidt provides the first detailed study in a Western language of one of China's greatest poets and explores the nineteenth-century background to Chinese modernity, challenging the widely held view that this is largely of Western origin. The volume contains a study of Zheng's life and times, an examination of his thought and literary theory, and four chapters studying his highly original contributions to poetry on the human realm, nature verse, narrative poetry, and the poetry of ideas, including his writings on science and technology. Over a hundred pages of translations of his verse conclude the work.

Yuanfei Wang

spirituality over material reality. At the same time, Zhu overemphasizes the discourse of the May Fourth literary canon when talking about the “tragic historical fate of science in the New Literature” (p. 136). Recent scholarship has begun to look at the discourse of Chinese science fiction in the early