Throughout his life Lu Xun (1881-1936) wrote a great deal of fiction and essays, altogether totaling over 4,000,000 characters, and translated works into Chinese from English, Japanese, Russian, German, etc., totaling over 2,000,000 characters. Moreover, he also collated ancient books, researched bronze and stone inscriptions and Buddhist Scripture, supported woodcut art, and energetically participated in social movements, advocated reform, and safeguarded civil rights. Lu Xun said of himself: “I am like a cow—eating grass, giving milk and blood.” And yet he claimed that “head bowed,like a willing ox,serve the children.”
In the history of Chinese culture, Lu Xun has left the silhouette of a giant. His thinking and writing has inspired and influenced several generations of Chinese people.
Part I: From early childhood to youth
Part II: The warrior fights with the pen
Part III: Acting like a cow for the children
Graded Objects: 45 Pieces(Set)
Availability: 01 Jan 2017--31 Dec 2017