Translation:Call to Arms (Lu Xun)

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Call to Arms  (1922) 
by Lu Xun, translated from Chinese by Wikisource
Call to Arms (Traditional Chinese: 吶喊; Simplified Chinese: 呐喊; Pinyin: nàhǎn) is a collection of short stories by Lu Xun, widely considered to be the greatest Chinese literary figure of the 20th Century. Of the stories in this collection, A Madman's Diary, Kong Yiji and The True Story of Ah Q are considered to be the most representative of Lu Xun's best work.


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