This paper examines the genealogy of Chinese literary theory under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), in terms of Moscow-Yan’an-Beijing Modes from the inception of the CCP to the present. The focus of this paper is the state-sanctioned textbooks of literary theory and criticism from the beginning of the PRC to the present. The story of these textbooks tells us as much about the complex entanglement of Chinese Marxism or Maoism with Soviet Marxism, i.e. Leninism and Stalinism in the Mao era as about the powerful, on-going impact of that ideological lineage today.
and Liu, Ping.
"The Moscow-Yan’an-Beijing Mode of Chinese Literary Theory."
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