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Internet Literature in China , written by Michel Hockx

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Affiliations: 1: University of Cambridge hi208@cam.ac.uk ; 2: University of Oxford margaret.hillenbrand@chinese.ox.ac.uk ; 3: Case Western Reserve University hxg171@case.edu

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1. Hockx Michel Questions of Style: Literary Societies and Literary Journals in Modern China, 1911-1937 2003 Leiden; Boston Brill
2. Hockx Michel"Links with the Past: Mainland China’s Online Literary Communities and their Antecedents" Journal of Contemporary China 2004Vol 13 105 127 [Crossref]
3. Inwood Heather Verse Going Viral: China’s New Media Scenes 2014 Seattle University of Washington Press
4. Visser Robin Cities Surround the Countryside: Urban Aesthetics in Postsocialist China 2010 Duke University Press Books [Crossref]
5. Der-wei Wang David Fin-de-Siecle Splendor: Repressed Modernities of Late Qing Fiction, 1849-1911 1997 Stanford Stanford University Press
6. Gong Haomin, Yang Xin Reconfiguring Class, Gender, Ethnicity and Ethics in Chinese Internet Culture 2017 London and New York Routledge
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