Identifying the specific complexities and historical context of post-Mao Chinese literary women's rhetoric, along with ways they have been misread, the author argues in general that Western feminist critics need to be cautious about applying their concepts to non-Western women's literature.
This article was originally published in College English, March 2010.
National Council of Teachers of English
Date of publication
Wu, Hui, "Post-Mao Chinese Literary Women’s Rhetoric Revisited: A Case for an Enlightened Feminist Rhetorical Theory" (2010). English Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 1.
Wu, H. (2010). Post-Mao Literary Women's Rhetoric Revisited: A Case for an Enlightened Feminist Rhetorical Theory. College English, 4(72), 406–423.