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Glossary of terms, organizations, and periodicals

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This section presents a glossary of terms, organizations, and periodicals that occur in the book along with its Chinese translations. In the late-1940s, there were interconnected aspects to the work of left-wing writers in establishing a leading position in the literary world for the "new direction in literature and the arts". One was the fervent dissemination of the fundamental viewpoints of the 'Talks', and the introduction of and praise for the carrying out of these viewpoints in the literary and artistic creations of the liberated areas. Another was to assess the literary and artistic situation since the end of the war, in particular that of the Nationalist-controlled areas during the 1940s, and the clearing up of and self-criticism over a number of important literary issues.

Keywords: Chinese translations; left-wing writers; literary issues



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