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Readings in Chinese | Cross-Currents

Readings in Chinese

Edited by: 
Gang Zhao, University of Akron

"Readings from Asia" highlights significant recent scholarship published in Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese, in order to bring it to the attention of a wider, international readership. This issue of Cross-Currents features a review of Xingtao Huang's 2009 book titled  “Ta” zi de wenhua shi  “她”字的文化史 [The cultural history of the feminine pronoun “ta"].

The Story of a Pronoun

 

Huang Xingtao 黄兴涛, “Ta” zi de wenhua shi “她”字的文化史 [The Cultural History of the Chinese Character “ta” (the third person feminine pronoun)]. Fuzhou: Fujian Jiaoyu Chubanshe. 2009. 

Reviewed by Gang Zhao, University of Akron
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