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Department of Chinese, NTNU
Chen-ho Wang (王禎和) is one of the most significant novelists in modern literature of Taiwan. Highlighted by dramatic and living languages, his novels successfully presented the cultural conflicts and diversity. These events also represented the developmental progress of Taiwanese society. By analysis of narrative speech and structure, the writer tries to clarify the novelist's literary style and thinking. Further, according to the variation of languages in his novels, the writer also outlines the cultural observation and identification. The process is evolved from gassroot sensibility to native recognition.
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