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|Title:||From visual to vision: visuals as symbolism in poetry|
|Other Titles:||In two minds, of two tongues: a personal exploration of creative writing in English about the Chinese language|
|Authors:||Chin, Joey Ling Min|
|Department:||Department of English|
|Course:||EN6311 Critical Thesis|
|Programme:||Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing|
|Instructor:||Chin, Marilyn; Ms. Xu, Xi|
Symbolism in literature.
|Description:||Book chapter developed from this OAPS Paper: Chin, J. (2016). In two minds, of two tongues: A personal exploration of creative writing in English about the Chinese language. In R. Kate (Ed.). China from where we stand: Readings in comparative sinology. (pp. 2-24). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.|
|Citation:||Chin, J. L. M. (2014). From visual to vision: visuals as symbolism in poetry (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS)). Retrieved from City University of Hong Kong, CityU Institutional Repository.|
|Appears in Collections:||OAPS - Dept. of English|
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