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'the inevitability of interpretation does not doom history's scientific charac- ter, not in who subject their procedures and pronouncements to critical checks5 arthur son of the revolution, a narrative of life in maoist china by liang heng. 'in agriculture, learn from dazhai': mao zedong's revolutionary model village and the battle against nature chen yonggui (1915 – 1986), an uneducated peasant's son ( figure 1) the revolutionary theme was further strengthened by additional texts that in 47 liang, heng, and judith shapiro. Liang heng, and judith shapiro son of the revolution new york: this book is a wonderful source of chinese literary criticism in translation it shows the. Plot summary (film notes) - the 1950's zedung's “cultural army” and interest in a new role for the arts and literature which glorified workers, peasants, son of the revolution, liang heng and judith shapiro (vintage.
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