- Title Pages
- Terms and Conventions
OneXue Shaohui and the Min Writing-Women Culture
TwoThe Chen Brothers and the Fuzhou Navy Yard Culture
ThreeA Marriage between the Two Cultures
FourThe 1897–98 Shanghai Campaign for Women’s Education
FiveTranslating the Female West to Expand Chinese Women’s Space
SixIntroducing Modern Science and Technology through Literature
SevenXue’s Self-Repositioning in the Family
EightXue’s Literary Response to the Late Qing Reforms
- Glossary of Chinese Names, Terms, and Titles of Works
- Politics, Poetics, and Gender in Late Qing China
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