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This bibliography contains list of reference articles and books that inquire why, arguing that these novels are far from the ‘low’ work of ‘frustrated scholars’ but in their provocative play on the nature of relations between client, courtesan and text, provide an insight into wider changes in understandings of self and literary value in the nineteenth century.

Keywords: late Qing dynasty; nineteenth century; red light novels



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