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Lu Xun

鲁迅 Lu Xun

Creator: Stealing Thief , Creation Date: January 03, 2008

Brief introduction: Lu Xun (September 25, 1881-October 19, 1936), formerly known as Zhou Zhangshou, was renamed Zhou Shuren in 1898, pen name Lu Xun, the words Yushan and Yuting, and then renamed Yucai. Together with the second brother Zhou Zuoren and the third brother Zhou Jianren, they are collectively called "Three Brothers of the Zhou Family". His works include essays, short stories, essays, essays, and translations, which had a profound impact on Chinese culture after the May Fourth Movement. The main writer of China in the 20th century was one of the founders of modern Chinese novels and literature, a leader of the New Culture Movement, and a supporter of the left-wing cultural movement. Mao Zedong evaluated him as a great proletarian writer, thinker, and revolutionary, and the chief of the Chinese cultural revolution.

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Personal Information of Lu Xun

Chinese name: 周树 人

Foreign name: Lu Xun

Alias: Zhou Zhangshou

Nationality: Chinese

Nationality: Han

Place of Birth: Huiji County, Shaoxing Prefecture, Zhejiang Province

Died: 1936-10-19

Personal background of Lu Xun

Occupation: writer, thinker, critic, revolutionary

Graduated from: Sendai Medical College (Tohoku University, Japan)

Personal contribution of Lu Xun

Main achievement: profound influence on Chinese literature after the May 4th Movement

Representative works: "Scream", "彷徨", "New Stories", "Chaohua Xixi", "Wild Grass", "Diary of a Madman"

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