Op-For and ITOC loyalist Ragnar sent THIS piece of idiocy our way:
From the May Fourth Movement to the War Against Japan and the subsequent civil war, revolutionary passion was fueled in part through the efforts of cultural producers, especially leftist novelists like Mao Dun (1896-1981). Mao Dun is best known for early works about the spiritual struggles of young revolutionary intellectuals and his transition toward a broader social panorama in the early 1930s. But the majority of the author’s fictional output was concentrated on novels published in the late 1930s and early 40s that are rarely studied. Laughlin shows how these later novels paved a path from the stimulation of desire to its sublimation in the form of revolutionary zeal, a path that paved the way for post-1949 socialist novels and film.
Ragnar asked, “Where do they come up with these guys?”
Oh, apparently they’re all over the place.
The decay continues.