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Victor :

Two thoughts arise from this: first, how much it would have amused Ibsen to see the fate his play has met with in China; and secondly, how much material there surely is in the maelstrom of present-day China for budding Chinese Ibsens to get their teeth into. If China's writers could find a voice, it's tempting to think that some of the greatest 话剧 in Chinese literature are still waiting to be written.

Sep 13, 2018 08:38 PM

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