By Patricia Laurence
Laurence expands her exam of Bell and Ling's courting right into a examine of parallel literary communities—Bloomsbury in England and the Crescent Moon workforce in China. Underscoring their reciprocal impacts within the early a part of the 20 th century, Laurence provides conversations between famous British and chinese language writers, artists, and historians, together with Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell, G. L. Dickinson, Xu Zhimo, E. M. Forster, and Xiao Qian. additionally, Laurence's examine contains hardly visible pictures of Julian Bell, Ling, and their affiliates in addition to a duplicate of Ling's scroll commemorating moments within the trade among Bloomsbury and the Crescent Moon group.
While many critics agree that modernism is a stream that crosses nationwide limitations, literary stories not often mirror the sort of view. during this quantity Laurence hyperlinks unpublished letters and records, cultural artifacts, paintings, literature, and folks in ways in which supply illumination from a comparative cultural and aesthetic standpoint. In so doing she addresses the geographical and demanding imbalances—and therefore the structure of modernist, postcolonial, Bloomsbury, and Asian studies—by putting China in a cultured matrix of a constructing foreign modernism.
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Lily Briscoe's Chinese Eyes: Bloomsbury, Modernism, and China by Patricia Laurence