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Images of “Hua Mulan” in Films of the Past Century:Changes of Chinese Social Focus Shown on the Silver Screen 电影;艺术类;专著;电影;中国 VIP

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田媛   社会科学文献出版社  2019-11 出版


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  • 文前辅文
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    1. 1.1 The Ballad of Mulan
    2. 1.2 Five Filmic Adaptations
    3. 1.3 Research Methodology
  • Chapter 2 The Singing of Patriotism:Mulan Joins the Army (1939)
    1. 2.1 The War Background and the Theme
    2. 2.2 Mulan,a Warrior
    3. 2.3 Wartime Nationalism
  • Chapter 3 Collective Memories of the Ideological Conflicts:Hua Mulan (1956)
    1. 3.1 Korean War in Chinese Idea,a Fight for Ideology and National Interest
    2. 3.2 Mulan,a Confident Female Warrior Rising from the Underclass
    3. 3.3 Media Construction,Collective Memory and National Identity
  • Chapter 4 Praises of Household Happiness:Lady General Hua Mulan (1964)
    1. 4.1 A Fairyland in the Turmoil of 1960s
    2. 4.2 Mulan,a Filial Girl
    3. 4.3 Identity Crisis:the Fundamental Reason
  • Chapter 5 An Expression of Individualism and Feminism:Mulan (1998)
    1. 5.1 The Development of Individualism and Feminism in America
    2. 5.2 Mulan,the Lonely Heroine
    3. 5.3 China Exposes to Cultural Imperialism
  • Chapter 6 The Loss and Survival of Tradition under the Influence of Modernization:Mulan:Rise of a Warrior (2009)
    1. 6.1 Vast Changes in over 60 Years and the Theme
    2. 6.2 Mulan,a Hybridity of Past and Present
    3. 6.3 Chinese National Identity Formation:the Loss and Survival of Tradition in Modernization
  • Chapter 7 The Style and Narration of Key Scenes
    1. 7.1 Mulan Joins the Army (1939)
    2. 7.2 Hua Mulan (1956)
    3. 7.3 Lady General Hua Mulan (1964)
    4. 7.4 Mulan (1998)
    5. 7.5 Mulan:Rise of a Warrior (2009)
  • Chapter 8 Conclusion
    1. 8.1 Research Findings
    2. 8.2 Limitation of the Study and Recommendation for Future Research
  • Appendix
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