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Interwar China was a tumultuous place, and in this ry book, the figure Shen Dingyi is used to illustrate the transformations of the er. The origin of Blood Road as a secondary source gives rise to problems.

Interwar China was a tumultuous place, and in this ry book, the figure Shen Dingyi is used to illustrate the transformations of the er. A primary source, while biased personally, is generally written within the thought-context of the writer. By contrast, a secondary source, by nature, invites a greater amount of bias.

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It explores and analyzes the social and cultural dynamics of the Chinese revolution of the 1920s by focusing on the mysterious 1928 assassination of Shen, landlord, politician, poet, journalist, educator, feminist, and early member of both the Com Blood Road is a complex mix of social history, literary analysis, political biography, and murder mystery.

Blood Road is a complex mix of social history, literary analysis, political biography, and murder mystery. It explores and analyzes the social and cultural dynamics of the Chinese revolution of the 1920s by focusing on the mysterious 1928 assassination of Shen, landlord, politician, poet, journalist, educator, feminist, and early member of both the Communist and Nationalist parties.

Other prizes for books on China proper, Vietnam, Chinese Central Asia, Mongolia, Manchuria, Korea, or Japan, substantially after 1800 include John K. .Blood Road: the Mystery of Shen Dingyi in Revolutionary China. University of California Press 1995. Fairbank Prize given by the American Historical Association.

Asian: China and Inner Asia. 10. Shen and the Chinese Revolution of the 1920s: A Postmortem (page 251).

See R. Keith Schoppa, Blood Road: The Mystery of Shen Dingyi in Revolutionary China ( Berkeley: University of. Keith Schoppa, Blood Road: The Mystery of Shen Dingyi in Revolutionary China ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995 ), 12Google Scholar. Donald A. Jordan, Chinese Boycotts versus Japanese Bombs: The Failure of China’s Revolutionary Diplomacy, 1931–1932 ( Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1991 ), 242Google Scholar.

Blood Road: The Mystery ofShen Dingyi in Revolutionary China. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, 1995. Using what is known of the life of a single individual to ülustrate the forces that swept through China during the May Fourth Movement and into die twenties, Keith Schoppa investigates the circumstances surrounding the death of Shen Dingyi, who was assassinated in 1928; the "mystery" focuses on fhe who and fhe why of fhis act.