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Full Access Writing History: The Expedition of Colonel Francis Younghusband in Ge Fei's Work

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Writing History: The Expedition of Colonel Francis Younghusband in Ge Fei's Work

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This article focuses on a novella written by Ge Fei, a Han Chinese writer known for his experimental or avant-garde writings. Set in Tibet, Encounter reconstructs from different perspectives the British expedition to Tibet. This paper attempts to show that, although Encounter may depart on the surface from the other works written by Ge Fei, it nevertheless remains true to the author's preoccupation with notions of time and history.


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