The spatiality of emotion in early modern china is a daring rethinking of emotion as it was conceptualized in early modern china up ending the dominant characterization of emotions ling hon lam shows that emotions were implicitly situations of space conceived of and perceived in spatial terms. Ling hon lam the spatiality of emotion in early modern china from dreamscapes to theatricalitynew york columbia university press 2018 xiii 339 pp hardcover 6000 isbn 978 0 231 18794 7. The spatiality of emotion in early modern china from dreamscapes to theatricality realm underwent significant transformations from the dreamscape to theatricality in sixteenth to eighteenth century china whereas medieval dreamscapes delivered the subject into one illusory mood after another early modern theatricality turned the dreamer . The spatiality of emotion in early modern china from dreamscapes to theatricality ling hon lam columbia university press may 2018 l ing hon lam encourages us to think of emotions in terms of space when we sympathize with a character in a play or feel something for another person that emotion takes place for it moves us outside ourselvesin chinese this relation between space and . It happens in the spatiality of emotion in early modern china from dreamscapes to theatricality thanks to its author ling hon lams vaulting ambition to retell the story of just about every topic near and dear to the heart of a literary scholar representation fictionality theatricality emotion and performance among others amazingly
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