Description - A Pragmatist and His Free Spirit by Susan Chan Egan
Hu Shi's life touched virtually every important aspect of society in twentieth-century China. His most significant contributions were his support of Chinese liberalism and his advocacy for the use of vernacular Chinese. "A Pragmatist and His Free Spirit" explores the lesser-known side of this staunch supporter of John Dewey's philosophy and reconstructs his romance with Edith Clifford Williams, an American avant-garde painter, by delving into the correspondences the two exchanged over almost half a century.
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(203mm x 127mm x mm)
The Chinese University Press
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Author Biography - Susan Chan Egan
SUSAN CHAN EGAN is an independent scholar based in Santa Barbara, California. CHIH-P'ING CHOU is Professor of East Asian Studies at Princeton University.