An Analysis of Views on Women From the Perspective of Klara Blum as a Jewish Chinese Female Writer



Klara Blum, leading a legendary life, was the only Jewish Chinese female poet that composed in German. This paper is an attempt to analyze her views on women and to illustrate the integration of her viewpoints of marriage, love and women in Chinese and western culture presented in both her personal life and works.


Klara Blum; Views on women; Integration of Chinese and western culture

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