- Title Pages
- Terms and Conventions
- One Xue Shaohui and the Min Writing-Women Culture
- Two The Chen Brothers and the Fuzhou Navy Yard Culture
- Three A Marriage between the Two Cultures
- Four The 1897–98 Shanghai Campaign for Women’s Education
- Five Translating the Female West to Expand Chinese Women’s Space
- Six Introducing Modern Science and Technology through Literature
- Seven Xue’s Self-Repositioning in the Family
- Eight Xue’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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