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热风 (Hot Wind)

热风 (Hot Wind) by Lu Xun
By: (1881-1936)

"Hot Wind" is a collection of thought-provoking essays that delve deep into issues of inequality, oppression, and societal change. Lu Xun's sharp and incisive writing style cuts straight to the heart of the matter, challenging readers to confront uncomfortable truths about the world around them. The essays in this collection cover a wide range of topics, from the plight of the lower classes to the hypocrisy of the ruling elite. While some of the material may be difficult to digest, it is ultimately a powerful and necessary read for anyone interested in understanding the complexities of Chinese society. Lu Xun's bold and unapologetic voice shines through in every page, making "Hot Wind" a captivating and important work that demands to be read and discussed.

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This is the first collection of short essays/commentaries by Lu Xun. It contains 41 articles he published between 1918-1924. Sharp, poignant, varying vastly on their topic, length, and style, these articles redefined the genre of "essay" in Chinese literature, as well as played an important part in the new cultural movement.

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Reviewer: - June 10, 2013
Subject: Unknown
Very good reading. I guess you must be a professional!

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