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Department of Chinese, NTNU
This article begins with an anlaysis of popularity in the Chinese novelistic tradition. Chinese novels can be popular in one way or another. Chang Ai-Ling was acutely aware of what it took for a novel to become widely read within the tradition of the Chinese novel. In fact, her creativity was largely inspired by this element of Chinese literature. She conceived of and achieved popularity of three different types: appealing to the common poeple, attaining a wide audience from several social levels, and dealing with the unchanging lives of the chinese masses.
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