La pensée constitutionnelle de la bourgeoisie chinoise

Jing Huang

Abstract


There are many people who come from Bourgeois class, and they always explore the way of the modern China in the end of 19th century. We will introduce their ideas and discuss.

Keywords


Status of Chinese literature; World literature; Modern literature; Marginalization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9709

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