0.8生活 (0.8 life: eight doctrine to create a healthy life) by Tao Tao

By Tao Tao

0.8生活——八分主义打造十分健康。0.8,是一种生活态度,也是一种生活方式,凡事不求完美,但求八分好。日本的知名作家医生贺志贡:健康的心脏,每0.8秒跳动一次,这是人体循环的最佳状态。做菜用盐量从1勺改为0.8勺,既能保持生鲜原味,也不会对肾脏造成负担。吃饭不宜吃到十分饱,感觉到八分饱就要停筷子了。睡觉不能太多,现代化的电器设备要少用,做事对自己要求不要太高......本书教你享受健康的0.8生活。

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The critical articles generally make no distinction between a “reader” and a “writer” because the authors of these theoretical articles imagine NEW CHINESE LITERARY TRADITION 43 themselves as part of a group of writers who share a common mission to both create this new literature and share it with the nation. Their articles, especially in this early volume of the journal, use the pronoun “we” and analyze both gains and shortcomings in the development of people’s literature thus far and prescribe corrective measures.

1:1, 53) This modification of a strain of thought in Lu Xun’s writing illustrates Xiaobing Tang’s argument that Lu Xun’s work has been canonized as the pinnacle of Chinese realism, while other possibilities in his work have been suppressed. This reading of Lu Xun signifies a reinterpretation of the May Fourth tradition on the pages of People’s Literature. While the continuity of May Fourth literature continues to grant the symbolic capital necessary to help legitimize the new literary tradition, the May Fourth tradition will be reread as a narrative of revolutionary struggle, which led directly to the formation of the PRC and the creation of a proletarian-based people’s literature.

This chapter examines the poetry, visual art, short stories, and literary criticism that are chosen as exemplary products of the new people’s literature, and hence published on the pages of the magazine. After probing the broader institutional history of people’s literature, the book moves to the analysis of individual texts, starting with one of the most captivating stories of the period, the humorous tale of a peasant family and their struggles in the countryside. During the early Maoist period, most narratives, after being deemed politically correct, took on second, third, and fourth lives in different forms.

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