The Cultural Revolution as Reflected in Literature
Korean Minjok Leadership Academy
Table of Contents
January 14th 2009 . .
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Okay, better organized.
This table of contents could serve a paper on the socio-economic history of China during that period which does not look into
literature at all. So you need to figure out how to integrate contemporary Chinese literature here.
May I suggest that you write a chapter in which you introduce your sources - title, short intro of the author, summaric plot, one by
one. By the way, look into "Books and Writers" http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/indeksi.htm a website posted in Finland. The webmaster
tries to introduce authors (novelists) from all over the world; try find the writers of "your" novels there.
January 7th 2009 . .
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(1) You have one subchapter for chapter IV. If you divide a chapter into subchapters, there should be at least two subchapters.
(2) I don't get the jump from Stalin's Five Year Plans to "Background". It reads as if you were to discuss the background of Soviet
economic policy. I suggest you move Stalin's Economic olicy into a separate chapter, and in what is now chapter 2 only discuss
Mao's early attempt to do better than Stalin had done (Chinese Economic Policy leading up to the Great Leap).
(3) In your table of contents I only see historical analysis. Where does literature come in ?
I suggest you separate narration of history from analysis of literature.
(4) Next steps : fixing the working table of contents; put together a working list of references; write any chapter you feel comfortable