Scales of Injustice: The Complete Fiction of Lōa Hô

Hô Lōa, Darryl Cameron STERK (Translator)

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Abstract

Lōa Hô (also Lai He, 1894-1943) was a pioneering writer from Taiwan often called the 'father of New Taiwanese Literature'. As a doctor during the colonial period in Taiwan, Loa witnessed the cruelty of Japanese rule and wrote stories which display both his sense of justice and social insight. His writing often utilized irony and satire to criticize the status quo, and his work provides a fascinating window into the struggle for Taiwanese self-determination during the early twentieth century.

Scales of Injustice contains the complete fiction of Loa Hô, with an expert introduction from Pei-yin Lin and explanatory notes by translator Darryl Sterk.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherHonford Star
Number of pages288
ISBN (Electronic)9781999791230
ISBN (Print)9781999791223
Publication statusPublished - 27 Apr 2018

Bibliographical note

Translation: The complete short stories of the father of Taiwan fiction, Loa Ho (Lai Ho). 一桿『稱仔』: 賴和小說全集

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