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Popular Chinese literature and performing arts in the People's Republic of China, 1949-1979 / edited by Bonnie S. McDougall ; contributors, Paul Clark ... [et al.]
Bib ID 452809
Format BookBook
Description Berkeley : University of California Press, c1984 
xvi, 341 p. : music ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0520048520
Series

Studies on China ; 2.

Full contents
  • Based on papers presented at a workshop held at Harvard University, June 1979.
  • Includes index.
 
Notes

Based on papers presented at a workshop held at Harvard University, June 1979.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 325-328.

Subjects Arts, Chinese -- 20th century.
Other authors/contributors McDougall, Bonnie S., 1941-  |  Clark, Paul, 1949-

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