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The dreams and reality of “urban strangers”

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Since 1990s, the phenomenon of the urbanization has determined the shift of focus in the creation of Chinese local novels. In the cultural conflicts between agricultural civilization, industrial civilization and post industrial civilization, the connotation of Chinese local literature have extended to reflect the life of farmers who have walked out their hometown and worked in the city. This topic has become an unneglectable resource for Chinese writers. At the same time, to reflect the wandering state of the body and soul of migrant workers also enlarged the border of local literature.

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2016-08-28

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