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呐喊 (Call to Arms)

呐喊 (Call to Arms) by 鲁迅 - Lu Xun
By: (1881-1936)

"Call to Arms" by Lu Xun is a powerful collection of short stories that provide a scathing critique of Chinese society during the early 20th century. The stories are filled with vivid imagery and thought-provoking themes that force the reader to confront the harsh realities of life in China at that time.

Lu Xun's writing is both poetic and unflinchingly honest, painting a bleak picture of a society plagued by corruption, inequality, and oppression. The characters in these stories are often trapped in cycles of suffering and injustice, highlighting the deep-rooted problems facing China during this tumultuous period.

While the themes explored in "Call to Arms" are dark and at times difficult to read, Lu Xun's writing is undeniably compelling. His sharp critique of Chinese society is as relevant today as it was when these stories were first published, making "Call to Arms" a timeless and important work of literature.

Overall, "Call to Arms" is a thought-provoking collection that sheds light on the social and political issues facing China in the early 20th century. Lu Xun's writing is a powerful call to action, urging readers to confront the injustices of society and work towards a better future for all.

Book Description:

"Call to Arms" is a collection of short stories Lu Xun published during 1918-1922. It includes "A Madman's Diary," the first novel written in vernacular Chinese, and other representative fictional works by Lu Xun, such as "Kong Yiji" and "The True Story of Ah-Q".

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