Ts'ao Yu, The Reluctant Disciple of Chekhov and O'Neil
HISTORIANS OF modern Chinese literature have generally used the year 1907 to mark the inception of Western-style drama in China. For in that year, a small group of Chinese students in Japan, inspired by the Japanese experiments with Western drama, decided to follow suit and form the...
Subjects: Language & Literature
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