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Ding Ling (Chinese: 丁玲; pinyin: Dīng Líng), formerly romanized as Ting Ling, was the pen name of Jiang . Her main work in these years was the novel The Sun Shines Over Sanggan River, which she completed in 1948. It followed the complex results of land reform on a rural village.

Ding Ling (Chinese: 丁玲; pinyin: Dīng Líng), formerly romanized as Ting Ling, was the pen name of Jiang Bingzhi (simplified Chinese: 蒋冰之; traditional Chinese: 蔣冰之; pinyin: Jiǎng Bīngzhī), also known as Bin Zhi (彬芷 Bīn Zhǐ), one of the most celebrated 20th-century Chinese authors. She was awarded the Soviet Union's Stalin second prize for Literature in 1951. It was awarded the Stalin prize for Literature in 1951, and is considered one of the best examples of socialist-realist fiction.

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The Sun Shines Over the Sanggan River, written in 1948 and based on the author's personal experiences, reflects the life of peasants and the class struggle at the time of the implementation of land reform in north China. Under the author's pen, the characters in the novel - Communist Party members, poor peasants, petty bourgeois intellectuals, rich peasants and landlords - achieve individuality.

zhao zai Sangganhe shang (1949; The Sun Shines over the Sanggan River) and Baofeng zhouyu (1949; The Hurricane) by Zhou Libo, became quite popular.

Ding Ling struggled with the idea that revolutionary needs, defined by the party, should . Ding Ling's Fiction: Ideology and Narrative in Modern Chinese Literature. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1982.

Ding Ling struggled with the idea that revolutionary needs, defined by the party, should come before art. She objected to the gender standards at work in Yan'an. In 1942 she wrote an article in a party newspaper, titled Thoughts on March 8, questioning the party's commitment to change popular attitudes towards women. September 1948; as The Sun Shines Over Sanggan River, translated by Gladys Yang and Yang Xianyi, Panda Books, 1984. 1978; as Du Wanxiang, translated by Tani Barlow, 1989.

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More than fifty short essays centered on specific writers and literary trends create an engaging and easily digestible history of Chinese literature from the Qing period (1895–1911) to today

More than fifty short essays centered on specific writers and literary trends create an engaging and easily digestible history of Chinese literature from the Qing period (1895–1911) to today.

By (author) Ling Ding.

Taiyang zhao zai sanggan he shang (The Sun Shines Over Sanggan River), written during the land reform . It was the first Chinese novel to receive such an honour

Taiyang zhao zai sanggan he shang (The Sun Shines Over Sanggan River), written during the land reform, describes the difficulties of the mobilization and organizational work in the countryside, focusing also on the complexity of social and human relations. The novel was widely acclaimed and won the Stalin Literature prize. It was the first Chinese novel to receive such an honour. During the Hundred Flower Campaign, Ding Ling was accused of carrying out political activities subversive to the regime. She was labelled as rightist and sent into exile.

The Sun Shines Over the Sanggan River, written in 1948 and based on the author's personal experiences, reflects the life of peasants and the class struggle at the time of the implementation of land reform in north China. Under the author's pen, the characters in the novel -- Communist Party members, poor peasants, petty bourgeois intellectuals, rich peasants and landlords -- achieve individuality. They are all based on people the author met and knew in the village.
The sun shines over the Sanggan River (Modern Chinese literature library) download epub
Author: Ling Ding
ISBN: 0835110087
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press; 1st edition (1984)
Pages: 379 pages