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Roberts, R. A. (2005) Abortion as personal experience in Chinese women's fiction: The 'Alienated Maternal Body' in Lu Xing'er's The Sun is Not Out Today. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 7 1: 63-92. 311  
Svensson, Martin (1999) A second look at the Great Preface on the way to a new understanding of Han Dynasty poetics. Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles Review [Zhongguo Wen Xue], 21 1-33. 87  
Vanderstaay, Lara (2004) (Book review) The Emerging Lesbian: Female Same-Sex Desire in Modern China. Asian Studies Review, 28 2: 190-190. doi:10.1080/1035782042000226710 63   0
Cheung, C. (1999). Cao Juren's view of Lu Xun. In: Todai International Symposium. Todai International Symposium, Tokyo University, (50-62). 14-16 Dec, 1999. 62  
Patton, S. (2007) 'Changjiang River 2000' by Yu Jian. Mantis: A Journal of Poetry and Translation, 6 174-175. 133  
Patton, S. (2002) Chen Kehua: Four poems. Renditions, 58 140-143. 57  
Louie, Kam (2000) Constructing Chinese masculinity for the modern World: With particular reference to Lao She's The Two Mas. The China Quarterly, 164: 1062-1078. 70  
Patton, S. (2006) Four poems by Yu Jian. Translated by Simon Patton. Full Tilt: A Journal of East-Asian Translation and Poetry, 1 . 169  
Cheung, C (2006). Fragments, madness and eternal recurring nightmares: The aesthetic affinities between Lu Xun and Nietzsche through modernism and modernity. In Shanghai Lu Zun Memorial Hall Editors (Ed.), Lu Xun: An inter-cultural dialogue (pp. 77-90) Zhengzhou, China: Daxiang Chubanshe. 98  
Louie, Kam (2000) "Ideology, Power, Text: Self-Representation and the Peasant 'Other' in Modern Chinese Literature", by Yi-tsi Mei Feuerwerker. The China Journal, 43 162-164. 58  
Patton, S. (2001) Introduction and translation from Sixty Poems by Yu Jian. Southerly, 61 3: 24-30. 44  
Cheung, C (2006) Lu Xun and media censorship in Hong Kong. The International Journal of Study on Modern Chinese Literature in East Asia, 2 298-309. 63  
Cheung, C (2006). Lu Xun and modern Chinese essays. In: Y. A. Serebryakov and C. Guoen, Issues of Far Eastern Literatures, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of modern Chinese literature's founder Lu Xun. The 2nd International Conference on Issues of Far Eastern Literatures, Saint Petersburg, (56-64). 27 June - 1 July 2006. 72  
Cheung, C. Lu Xun the Chinese 'Gentle' Nietzsche. Europaischer Verlag der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt: Peter Lang GMBH, 2001. 114  
Louie, K. (2002). Nostalgia for the Confucian Patriarch in suburban Sydney: Clara Law's 'Floating Life'. In: M. Gao, B. Hatley, P. Allen and et al., Asian Studies Conference 2002: Program and Abstract Book: After Sovereignty: Nation and Place. 14th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, Hobart, Australia, (51-51). 30th June - 3rd July 2002. 46  
Dong, Han and Patton, Simon (2007) Poems by Han Dong. Rotterdam, Netherlands, Poetry International Web Institute. 103  
Li, Yang and Patton, Simon (2006) Poems by Yang Li. Rotterdam, Netherlands, Poetry International Web Foundation. 87  
Louie, K. (2001) Review essay: In search of the Chinese in the mountains of the South. The China Journal, 45: 145-149. 29  
Roberts, R. A. (2004) Review of Fictional Authors, Imaginary Audiences: Modern Chinese Literature in the Twentieth Century. Asian Studies Review, 28 4: 432-433. 58  
Patton, S. (2003) Review of Meditations on the Study of Poetry, by Wu Sijing. Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews, 25 209-211. 39  
Patton, S. (2003) Review of The problematic of self in modern Chinese literature: Hu Feng and Lu Ling, by Kirk A. Denton. Asian Studies Review, 27 1: 100-101. 50  
Patton, S. (2003) Review of Yi and Notes of a Blissful ghost by Yang Lian. Asian Studies Review, 27 2: 265-267. 37  
Patton, Simon (2006). Selected works: Poems by Bai Ling, Ch'en K'o-hua, Chung Chiao, Ling Huan-chang, Liu K'o-hsiang and Wang Chi-chiang. In 鴻鴻 [Hung Hung] (Ed.), 世界的形象・靈魂的歌聲: 2006臺北詩歌節詩選 (pp. 86-99) Taipei, Taiwan: 臺北市政府文化局 (Pei-shih wen-hua chu). 146  
Louie, Kam (1999) Sexuality, masculinity and politics in Chinese culture: The case of the 'Sanguo' hero Guan Yu. Modern Asian Studies, 33 4: 835-859. doi:10.1017/S0026749X99003558 60   1 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Patton, S. (2003) Shu Ting in L. X. H Lee and A.D. Stefanowska (eds.) Biographical Dictionary of Chinese. The Twentieth Century 1912-2000. 1st Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe 80  
Fisher, Joan (2005). The Brisbane overseas Chinese community 1860s to 1970s: enigma or conformity PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2014.345 279 594 0
Patton, S. (2002) The Flesh-Mongers family. Taiwan Literature : English Translation Series, 11 11-39. 44  
Patton, S. (2001) The forces of production: Symmetry and reverie in the early poetry of Gu Cheng. Modern Chinese Literature, 13 2: 134-165. 46  
Cheung, C. (1999) The love of a decadent superman: A re-reading of Lu Xun's Regret for the Past. Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 30 26-45. 81  
Cheung, C. (2000). The Nietzsche of Chinese Lu Xun scholars: A zigzag road of the reception of the gentle: Nietzsche. In Sino-German Relations since 1800: Multi-disciplinary Explorations (pp. 169-185) Frankfurt: Peter Lang GmbH. 75  
McDougall, B. S. and Louie, K. (1999) Three Stories by Wan Zhi (Chen Maiping). Renditions: A Chinese-English Translation Magazine, 50 45-70. 71  
Patton, S. (2001) Translation: Extracts from Yu Jian's 'Feixing'. Mantis: A Journal of Poetry, Criticism and Translation, 2: 8-29. 40  
Patton, S. (2001) Translation of poems by Liang Wenfu, Guo Yongxiu and Zhou Can. Renditions, 55: 116-119. 78  
Patton, S. (2001). Translation of poetry by Chen K'-o-hua. In M. Yeh and N. Malmqvist (Ed.), Frontier Taiwan: An Anthology of Modern Chinese Poetry (pp. 442-447) New York: Columbia Univ Press. 44  
Patton, S. (2001). Translation of poetry by Chen Yi-chih. In M. Yeh and N. Malqvist (Ed.), Frontier Taiwan: An Anthology of Modern Chinese Poetry (pp. 337-343) New York: Columbia Univ Press. 69  
Patton, S. (2001). Translation of poetry by Hsiung Hung. In M. Yeh and N. Malmqvist (Ed.), Frontier Taiwan: An Anthology of Modern Chinese Poetry (pp. 246-249) New York: Columbia University Press. 528  
Patton, S. (2001). Translation of poetry by Su Shao-lien. In M. Yeh and N. Malqvist (Ed.), Frontier Taiwan: An Anthology of Modern Chinese Poetry (pp. 311-315) New York: Columbia Univ Presss. 43  
Yu, Duo and Patton, Simon (2006) Twelve poems by Duo Yu. Rotterdam, Netherlands, Poetry International Web Foundation. 97  
Er, Jun and Patton, Simon (2006) Twelve poems by Jun Er. Rotterdam, Netherlands, Poetry International Web Foundation. 82  
Patton, S. (2003) Walking to the fringes of society: subjectivity, nature and the sublime. Journal of Chinese Literature, 8 93-123. 41  
Svensson, M. (1998) What happened when Mao Heng read the Poems? A study of the exercise of hermeneutic authority in Han Dynasty China. Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 30 78-94. 54  
Roberts, R. A. (1999). Women's studies in literature and feminist literary criticism in contemporary China. In Antonia Finnane and Anne McLaren (Ed.), Dress, Sex and Text in Chinese Culture (pp. 225-240) Clayton, Vic: Monash Asia Institute. 88  
Patton, S. (2001) Zai shangpin zhong sanbu: 'Benzhuo de zhouzhi' de shouzhi de duhougan [Walking among commodities: On reading Yang Ke's Clumsy Fingers]. Zuojia Zazhi, 10: 29-32. 95  
Patton, S. (2001) 'Zonglu zhi si': Yu Jian shizuo yu shengtai yishi [Death of a palm tree: Ecological consciousness and Yu Jian's poetry. Spirit Ecology Report, 28: 7-8. 65