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Xiang tu xing, ben tu hua, zai di gan : Taiwan xin xiang tu xiao shuo shu xie feng mao / Chen Huiling zhu
鄉土性, 本土化, 在地感 : 台灣新鄉土小說書寫風貌 / 陳惠齡著
Bib ID 5019303
Format BookBook
Author
Chen, Huiling
陳惠齡
 
Edition Chu ban. 
初版. 
Description Taibei Shi : Wan juan lou tu shu gu fen you xian gong si, 2010 
臺北市 : 萬卷樓圖書股份有限公司, 2010 
ix, 3, 204 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 9789577396778
9577396771
Series

Lun wen lei ; 106.

論文類 ; 106.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Chinese fiction - Taiwan - 20th century - History and criticism.  |  Chinese fiction - Taiwan - 21st century - History and criticism.
Also Titled

Taiwan xin xiang tu xiao shuo shu xie feng mao

台灣新鄉土小說書寫風貌

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