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Xiao Hong and Hong Kong Literature

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0000364

Author(s)

Jieqiong Zhou

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Jieqiong Zhou

Abstract

Since the 1980s, the study of Hong Kong literature has attracted more and more attention. By 1997, when Hong Kong returned, the heat had reached a peak. Xiao Hong, with her unique literary language, literary genre and artistic characteristics, has become a female writer with strong artistic personality in the modern literary world of China. Her short and bumpy life experience is also a frequently discussed topic in the literary history. Xiao Hong's period of literary creation in Hong Kong is a very important stage in her creative career and a harvest period of her representative works. The geographical and cultural characteristics of Hong Kong have a great influence on Xiao Hong's high-yield and high-quality creation at this stage. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between Xiao Hong's literary creation and Hong Kong literature, so as to explore the influence of Hong Kong's years on Xiao Hong and different reflections on its influence on Hong Kong literary world. In this paper, we will use the research method of specific analysis to compare the data and come to a conclusion. The results of this study show that Xiao Hong's departure from the mainland is an escape of experience and significance. Compared with the mainland, Hong Kong is undoubtedly the place for Xiao Hong to decompress and release. Therefore, the understanding of Xiao Hong's works can be divided into two different stages, from the background to feel the artistic conception of literary connotation displayed in different stages.

Keywords

Xiao Hong; Hong Kong Literature; literature Research; Film and Television Art