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The Li Ang Archive, an on-going blog about Li Ang in English developed by National Chung Hsing University Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences

Bailey, Alison."China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong." The Oxford Guide to Contemporary Writing. Ed. John Sturrock. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1996. 83-100.

Baron, James. "The Many Faces of Taiwan," book review of Chia-rong Wu's Remapping the Contested Sinosphere with a discussion of Li Ang's Visible Ghosts. Posted online at the Taipei Times, Mary 19, 2022.  

Beahan, Charlotte L. "Recent Scholarship on Women in Literature and on the Concept of the Body in China." Journal of Women's History 8.4 (1997): 177-86.

Cai, Yani. “The Silenced Gender: On the Phenomenon of Female Nation in Beigang Incense Burner,” (Bei xiaoyin de xingbie – tan Beigang xianglu renren cha de nuren guo xianxiang) 19 May 2003.

Cai, Yinjun. “The Two Stereotypes of Women Writers and Their Dilemma”. Literary Stars. (August 1987): 96-101.

Chang, Bi-Yu. "Taiwan Identity Shift and the Struggle for Cultural Hegemony in the 1990s." Cultural Discourse in Taiwan. Ed. Chin-Chuan Cheng, I-Chun Wang, and Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. Kaohsiung: National Sun Yatsen U, 2009.

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Chang, Hsiao-hung. Ho-hsien-tai/nu-jen (Postmodernism/Woman). Taipei: Shi-pao, 1993.

———Hsing-pieh yueh-chieh (Gender Crossing). Taipei: Lienho wenshueh, 1995.

Chang, Hui-Ching. "Learning Speaking Skills from Our Ancient Philosophers: Transformation of Taiwanese Culture as Observed from Popular Books." Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 11.2 (2001): 109-33.

Chang, Hui-chuan. The Struggle for a New Identity: A Study of Taiwanese Feminine Fiction. Rep. Print.

Chang, Jui-Shan. "Refashioning Womanhood in 1990s Taiwan: An Analysis of the Taiwanese Edition of ‘Cosmopolitan’ Magazine." Modern China 30.3 (2004): 361-97.

Chang, Jui-Shan. "Scripting Extramarital Affairs: Marital Mores, Gender Politics, and Infidelity in Taiwan." Modern China 25.1 (1999): 69-99.

Chang, Sung-Sheng Yvonne. "Elements of Modernism in Fiction from Taiwan." Tamkang Review: A Quarterly of Comparative Studies Between Chinese and Foreign Literatures 19.1-4 (1988): 591-606.

———Modernism and the Nativist Resistance: Contemporary Chinese Fiction from Taiwan, Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1993.

Chen, Huihua, and Whitney Crothers Dilley. Feminism/femininity in Chinese Literature. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. Print.

Chen, Mei-Yao. Gender, Race, and Nation in Modern Japanese and Taiwanese Literatures: A Comparative Study of Women's Literary Production. PhD Diss. Vancouver: U of British Columbia, 2006.

Chen, Ya-chen. "Qian niang de shou ru xiuting, bieren yenyu buke ting: Li Ang Shafu zhong de xing nuedai xing huanyu yu xing yayi" (I lead my darling girl by holding her hands into her chamber, pay no heed to what others say: sadomasochism, jouissance, sexual oppression in Li Ang's The Butcher's Wife). (with an interview with Li Ang in Taiwan). Dangdai (Con-Temporary) 187 (March 2003).

 ———“Taiwanese Communist Feminist, Xie Xuehong: Li Ang’s Literary Portrait of Xie Xuehong’s Pre-1949 Feminist Activism in Taiwan.”  American Journal of Chinese Studies (October 2012), 19 (2): 119-126.

Chen, Yuling, The Nation in Taiwanese Literature: Women, Nativism and Anti-colonial Narratives, (Taipei: Boyyoung, 2000), 43-44.

Chen, Zhonming. "Theorising about New Modes of Representation and Ideology in the Postmodern Age: The Practice of Margaret Atwood, and Li Ang." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature/Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (September 1994), 21(3):346, 351, 354.

Chi, Pang-Yuan, and Carlos G. Tee. "Taiwan Literature, 1945-1999." Chinese Literature in the Second Half of a Modern Century: A Critical Survey. Ed. Pang-Yuan Chi and David Der wei Wang. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2000. 14-30.

Chiang, Shu-chen. Literary Feminism in Taiwan. PhD Diss. Rochester: U of Rochester, 1995.

Chien, Ying-Ying. “From Utopian to Dystopian World: Two Faces of Feminism in
Contemporary Taiwanese Women's Fiction," World Literature Today, Vol. 68, No. 1 (Winter, 1994), 35-42.

——— "The Impact of American Feminism on Modern Taiwanese Fiction by
Women." Visions in History: Visions of the Other. Ed. Earl Miner, Toru Haga, Gerald Gillespie, Margaret Higonnet, and Sumie Jones. Tokyo: International Comparative Literature Association, 1995. 631-36.

——— "Women Crossing the Wild Zone: Sexual/Textual Politics in the Fiction of Ding Ling and Li Ang." Fu Jen Studies 28 (1995): 1-17.

Chiu, Kuei-fen. “The Feminine ‘Regional Imagination’: A Preliminary Study of Contemporary Fiction by Female Authors in Taiwan.” Trans. Fan Pen Chen, Taiwan Literature English Translation Series(台灣文學英譯叢刊) Number 11 (2002. 07), Eds. Kuo-ch’ing Tu and Robert Backus. Pp. 185~208.

———"Identity Politics in Contemporary Women's Novels in Taiwan."
Feminism/Femininity in Chinese Literature. Ed. Peng-hsiang Chen and Whitney Crothers Dilley. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. 67-86.

———"Taking Off: A Feminist Approach to Two Contemporary Women's Novels in Taiwan." Tamkang Review: A Quarterly of Comparative Studies Between Chinese and Foreign Literatures 23.1-4 (1992): 709-33.

———“Women Writers and Taiwan Literary History,” Chung-wai Literary Monthly,
27.9 (1999), 11-13.

——— “The Subaltern Woman’s Voice and the (Film)making of Modern Taiwan.” In kwok-kan Tam and Terry Siu-han Yip, eds., Gender, Discourse and the Self in Literature: Issues in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, pp. 165-183.

Chung, Ling, Shu-ching Chu, and Michael Geary. "Feminism and Female Taiwan Writers." Chinese Literature in the Second Half of a Modern Century: A Critical Survey. Ed. Pang-yuan Chi and David Der-wei Wang. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2000. 146-60.

Dell, Sylvia. Chinesische Gegenwartsliterature asu taiwan: Die Autorin Li Agn: Erzahlprosa und Rezeption bis 1984. Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1988.

Fan, Ming-ju. "From Homogeneity to Heterogeneity: Women's Literature in Contemporary Taiwan." The Stockholm Journal of Asian Studies 10 (1999): 215-22.

——— The Changing Concepts of Love: Fiction by Taiwan Women Writers. PhD Diss. Madison: U of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994.

Gates, Hill. “The Commoditization of Chinese Women.” Signs 14.4 (Summer 1989): 799-832.

Goldblatt, Howard. "Sex and Society: The Fiction of Li Ang." In Howard Goldblatt, ed. Worlds Apart: Recent Chinese Writing and its Audiences. Armonk: M.E. Sharpe, 150-65.

Haddon, Rosemary. "From Pulp to Politics: Aspects of Topicality in Fiction by Li Ang " Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 13, 1 (Spring 2001): 36-72.

He, Chunrui. “’Incense Burner’ Also Has the Right of Political Participation: Sex and Politics are Inseparable of Course,” 19 May 2003.

Hegel, Robert E. "The Search for Identity in Fiction from Taiwan." Expressions of Self in Chinese Literature. Ed. Robert E. Hegel and Richard C. Hessney. New York: Columbia UP, 1985. 342-60.

Hillenbrand, Margaret. "The National Allegory Revisited: Writing Private and Public in Contemporary Taiwan." Positions: east asia cultures critique 14.3 (2006): 633-62.

Lee, Leo Ou fan. "'Modernism' and 'Romanticism' in Taiwan Literature." Chinese Fiction from Taiwan: Critical Perspectives. Ed. Jeanette L. Faurot and C.T. Hsia. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1980. 6-30.

Lee, Yu-Lin. "Linguistic Flows, Subjectivity in Cross-Writing, and Language Experiments in Modern Taiwan Literature." Cultural Discourse in Taiwan. Ed. Chin-Chuan Cheng, I-Chun Wang, and Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. Kaohsiung: National Sun Yat-sen U, 2009.

Li, Ang. "Dark Li Ang versus Bright Li Ang: A Self-Interview." Chinese Literature Today, 2(1), 14.

Liao, Chaoyang. "History, Exchange, and the Object Voice: Reading Li Ang's Recent Fiction." On-line works of Liao Chaoyang.

——— "History, Exchange, and the Object Voice: Reading Li Ang’s The Strange Garden and All Sticks Are Welcome in the Censer of Beigang." in David Der-wei Wang and Carlos Rojas eds., Writing Taiwan: A New Literary History. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2006, 348-69.

Liao, Ping-hui. “Tai-wan: ho-hsien-tai huo ho-chi-ming” (Taiwan: Postmodern or
Postcolonial?) Shu-hsieh Tai-wan: wen-shueh-shi, ho-chi-ming yu ho-hsien-tai (Writing Taiwan: Literary History, Postcolonialism and Postmodernism). Eds. Cho Ying-hsiung and Liu Chi-huei. Taipei: Mai-t’ien. 2000. 85-99.

———"Postmodern Literary Discourse and Contemporary Public Culture in Taiwan."
Postmodernism and China. Ed. Arif Dirlik. Durham: Duke UP, 2000. 68-88.

Liao, Sebastion Hsien-hao. “Jekyll Is and Hyde Isn’t: Negotiating the Nationalization of Identity in The Mystery Garden and ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s.’” Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese 5, 1 (2001): 65-92.

Lin, Fangmei. “Interpreting The Labyrinthine Garden: Ambivalence in Gender Identification and National Identification,” Gender Discourse and Taiwan Fiction, ed., Mei Jialing (Taipei: Rye Field, 2000).

Lin Jiping. “Ten Literary Event,.” Taiwanese Literary Almanac: 1997, ed., Ruiteng Li, Deping Feng, et al. (Taipei: The Congressional Committee on Cultural Construction, 1997) 202.

Lin, Maosung. Social Realism in Modern Chinese Fiction in Taiwan (China). PhD Diss. Austin: U of Texas 1986.

Lin, Pei-Yin. "Nativist Rhetoric in Contemporary Taiwan." Cultural Discourse in Taiwan. Ed. Chin-Chuan Cheng, IChun Wang, and Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. Kaohsiung: National Sun Yat-sen U, 2009.

Lin, Sylvia Li-chun "Engendering Victimhood: Women in Literature of Atrocity." Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 17 (November 2009): 411-34.

Liou, Liang-Ya. "At the Intersection of the Global and the Local: Representations of Male Homosexuality in Fictions by Pai Hsien-yung, Li Ang, Chu Tien-wen and Chi Ta-wei." Postcolonial Studies 6.2 (2003): 191-206. Informaworld. Web. 11 June 2010.

———Ch’ing-se Shi-chi-mo. Gender, Sexuality, and the Fin de Siecle: Studies in Erotic Fictions. Taipei: Chiuko. 2001.

———“Cultural Studies in Taiwan.” Cultural Studies in Asia. Eds. Seong-Kon Kim
and Alec Gordon. Seoul: Seoul National University Press. 2004. 113-42.

——— “Gender Crossing and Decadence in Taiwanese Fictions at the ‘fin
de siecle’: The Instances of Li Ang, Chu Tien-wen, Chiu Miao-jin, and ChengYing-shu.” Chung-wai Literary Monthly (November 1999): 109-31.

Liu, Joyce C.H. "From Loo Port to Taipei: The World of Women in Lee Ang's Works." Fu Jen Studies: Literature & Linguistics 19 (1986): 65-88.

Liu, Kai-ling. To Whom Is the Letter Sent?— A Subversive Chinese Love Letter. Diss. National Cheng King University (R.O.C.). Print.

Liu, Kenneth S.H. "Publishing Taiwan: A Survey of Publications of Taiwanese Literature in English Translation." The Global Literary Field. Ed. Anna Guttman, Michel Hockx, and George Paizis. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2006. 200-27.

Lu Zhenghui, “Gender Relations and the Reality of Taiwan Entrepreneurs in The Labyrinthine Garden,” Novel and Society (Taipei: Lianjing, 1988).

———“Sex and Modern Society: The Theme of Sex in Li Ang’s Novels.” Novel and Society. (Taipei, Lianjing, 1998), 164.

———“The Mainstream of the Taiwanese Fiction in the Eighties.” (The Sidetrack of the fin-de-siecle: on Literature in Taiwan in the 1980s). Ed. Meng Fan & Lin Yaode. Taipei: Shibao wenhua, 1990. 269-95.

Lupke, Christopher. "The Taiwan Modernists." The Columbia Companion to Modern East Asian Literature. Ed. Joshua S. Mostow, Kirk A. Denton, Bruce Fulton, and Sharalyn Orbaugh. New York: Columbia UP, 2003. 481-87.

Martin, Helmut. "A New Proximity: Chinese Literature in the People's Republic and on Taiwan." Worlds Apart: Recent Chinese Writing and Its Audiences. Ed. Howard Goldblatt. Armonk: M.E. Sharpe, 1990. 29-43.

——— "From Sexual Protest to Feminist Social Criticism: Li Ang's Works 1967-1987." in Wong Yoon Wah, ed., Chinese Literature in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Goethe-Institut, 1989, 127-51.

McArthur, Charles Marshall. "Taiwanese Literature" after the Nativist Movement: Construction of a Literary Identity Apart from a Chinese Model. PhD Diss. Austin: U of Texas, 2000.

Mukasonga, Scholastique. "Variations on a Few Sentences by Can Xue." Foreword to Can Xue’s Purple Perill. Posted on The Paris Review website December 17, 2020.

Ng, Sheung-Yuen Daisy. "Feminism in the Chinese Context: Li Ang's The Butcher's Wife." Modern Chinese Literature 4, 1/2 (1988): 177-200. Also in Gender Politics in Modern China: Writing and Feminism, ed. Tani Barlow, Durham: Duke University Press, 1993, pp. 260-89.

——— "Li Ang's Experiments with the Epistolary Form." Modern Chinese Literature 3, 1/2 (1987): 91-106.

———“Of Sound and Fury: Li Ang.” In Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women: Twentieth Century Volume, ed. by Lily Xiao-hong Lee. 295-297. Armonk, N.Y.: M E Sharpe, 2003.

——— "The Labyrinth of Meaning: A Reading of Li Ang's Fiction." Tamkang Review 18, 1-4 (1987-88): 97-123.

Parry, Amie Elizabeth. Locating Modernities: Epistemologies of Space, Time, and Nation in Modernist Literature from Taiwan and the U. S. PhD Diss. San Diego: U of California, 1997.

Po, Fang. "Traditional Virtues and Modern Sensibilities: Conflicts between Old and New Values in Some Chinese Novels." Quill 2.2 (1990): 95-113.

Qiu, Guifen. “Expoloring the Methodologies on the History of Taiwanese (Women) Novels.” Chung-Wai Literary Monthly (Zhongwai Wenxue) 9 (27), 1999.

———Noises of Women of (Not) Same Nation: Interviews of Contemporary Female Writers in Taiwan, (Taipei: Yuanzun Culture, 1998), 112-113.

Riep, Steven L. Writing the Past: Rereading, Recovering, and Rethinking History in Contemporary Literature from Taiwan. PhD Diss. Los Angeles: U of California, 2002.

Roberts, Rosemary. "Chinese Women Writers and Their Response to Western Feminism." Asian Studies Review 18.2 (1994): 27-51. Informaworld. Web. 16 June 2010.

Shie, Shr-tzung. The Mosaic of the City: Reading Taiwanese Urban Fiction and Film in the Late 20th Century. PhD Diss. New Haven: Yale U, 2008.

Shih, Shu-mei. "Gender and a New Geopolitics of Desire: The Seduction of Mainland Women in Taiwan and Hong Kong Media." Signs 23.2 (1998): 287-319.

Song, Zelai, and Philip F. Williams. "Cold Ashes in the Heart: The Tragedy of Taiwanese Literature." Modern Chinese Writers: Self-Portrayals. Ed. Helmut Martin and Jeffrey Kinkley. Armonk: M.E. Sharpe, 1992. 232-39.

Sterk, Darryl. "The Spirit of Deer Town and the Redemption of Li Ang’s Uncanny Literary Home." Chinese Literature Today, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2011): 24-30.

Sung Mei-Hwa, “Writing Women’s Literary History: Gender Discourse and Women’s Literature in Taiwan,” in Gender, Discourse and the Self in Literature: Issues in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Ed. Tam, Kwok-kan, and Terry Siu-han Yip. Hong Kong: Chinese UP, 2010, Pp. 171-92.

Tang, Xiaobing. "On the Concept of Taiwan Literature." Writing Taiwan: A New Literary History. Ed. David Der-wei Wang and Carlos Rojas. Durham: Duke UP, 2007. 51-89.

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Thornton, William H. "Analyzing East/West Power Politics in Comparative Cultural Studies." Cultural Discourse in Taiwan. Ed. Chin-Chuan Cheng, I-Chun Wang, and Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. Kaohsiung: National Sun Yatsen U, 2009.

Tötösy de Zepetnek, Steven. "The Study of Literature in China and Taiwan Today: Impressions of a Visitor." East Asian Cultural and Historical Perspectives: Histories and Society / Culture and Literatures. Ed. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek and Jennifer W. Jay. Edmonton: Research Institute for Comparative Literature, U of Alberta, 1997. 341-50.

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Tu, Yimei, The Question of a Feminist Subject in Li Ang. MA Thesis. Taoyuan: National Central University Department of English, 2001.

Tuan, Hsin-Chun. Feminist and Intercultural Approaches to Alternative Theaters in Taiwan: From 1993 to 2004. PhD Diss. Los Angeles: U of California, 2005.

Wang, David Der-wei, and Carlos Rojas, eds. Writing Taiwan: A New Literary History. Durham: Duke UP, 2007.

——— Video commentary about Li Ang by Professor Wang. The film was produced by Prof. Kuei-fen Chiu from the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Chung Hsing University in 2017. [English version; Chinese version

———"Fin-de-siècle Splendor: Contemporary Women Writers' Vision of
Taiwan." Modern Chinese Literature 6.1-2 (1992): 39-59.

——— “Meditation under the Milestone: The Myth and the Sense of History in
Contemporary Taiwanese Fiction." Heteroglossia: Chinese Fiction in the Thirties and the Eighties. By David Der-wei Wang. Taipei: Yuanliu, 1988. 269-88.

——— “Sex, Scandal, and Aesthetic Politics: On Li Ang’s Sex Fiction,” Beigang Incense Burner: The Devil with a Chastity Belt Series, (Beigang xianglu ren ren cha: dai zhencaodai de mogui xilie) In the series of Contemporary Novelists, ed, David Der-wei Wang (Taipei: Rye Publishing, 1997), 9.

———“Transfer of Love? Narcissism? On Li Ang’s An Unsent Love Letter”.
Reading Contemporary Novels: Taiwan, China, Overseas. By David Der-wei Wang. Taipei: Yuanliu, 1991. 49-51.

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———"Taipei People / Taipei jen." World Literature Today 75.1 (2001): 102-03.

——— "A Place of One's Own: Stories of Self in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and
Singapore." World Literature Today 74.3 (2000): 582.

Wu, Jinfa. Sexual Rebellion in Li Ang’s Novels: On Love Experiments, Selected Works by Li Ang (Taipei: Pioneer Publishing House, 1992), 284.

Wu, Yenna. “Female Literary Talent and Gender-related Trauma in Li Ang’s ‘No-sky Ghost.’” American Journal of Chinese Studies 22.1 (April 2015): 59-76.

——— “Li Ang’s Gendered Dissent in ‘The Devil in a Chastity Belt.’”  Frontiers of Literary Studies in China 8.2 (June 2014): 253-276.

Wu, Yenna, ed. Li Ang’s Visionary Challenges to Gender, Sex, and Politics. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2014.

———Wu, Yenna 吳燕娜 (Yenna Wu). “Baoli, xingbie yu zhutixing: Li Ang de ‘Shafu’ he Tan Zhongdao de ‘Canghai zhi yisu’” 暴力、性別與主體性: 李昂的《殺夫》和譚中道的 <滄海之一粟>. In Taiwan jin wushinian xiandai xiaoshuo lunwenji台灣近五十年現代小說論文集. Ed. Chai Jen-nien 蔡振念et al. Kaohsiung, Taiwan: National Sun Yat-sen University, 2007. 55-99.

Wu, Yi-ping. A Study on the English Translation of Eroticism: The Case of Li Ang's Sha Fu.

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Yeh, Michelle. "Shapes of Darkness: Symbols in Li Ang's Dark Night." In Michael S. Duke, ed., Modern Chinese Women Writers: Critical Appraisals. NY: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 1987, pp. 78-95.

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