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Zheng Min (Chinese: 郑敏) (born July 18, 1920 in Minhou, Fuzhou, Fujian) is a Chinese scholar and modernist poet. She attended the Southwestern University of Kunming, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1943. She first began publishing work during The War of Resistance, one of few female modernist poets doing so at the time. Zheng attended Brown University in the United States and earned her Master's in literature in 1951, before returning to China in 1955. She is one of nine prolific modernist poets considered to be in the "Nine Leaves" school of poetry. While Zheng's work is by and large not considered to be feminist in nature, her position as a female poet in a largely male dominated area, her deviation from expected, traditional female writing, and her explorati

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  • زهنغ مين
  • Zheng Min
  • 郑敏 (诗人)
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  • زهنغ مين (بالصينية: 郑敏) (18 يوليو 1920)؛ كاتِبة وشاعرة صينية. درست في جامعة براون.
  • 郑敏(1920年7月18日-),女,福建闽侯人,生于北京。中华民国及中华人民共和国诗人,九叶诗派成员。
  • Zheng Min (Chinese: 郑敏) (born July 18, 1920 in Minhou, Fuzhou, Fujian) is a Chinese scholar and modernist poet. She attended the Southwestern University of Kunming, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1943. She first began publishing work during The War of Resistance, one of few female modernist poets doing so at the time. Zheng attended Brown University in the United States and earned her Master's in literature in 1951, before returning to China in 1955. She is one of nine prolific modernist poets considered to be in the "Nine Leaves" school of poetry. While Zheng's work is by and large not considered to be feminist in nature, her position as a female poet in a largely male dominated area, her deviation from expected, traditional female writing, and her explorati
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  • زهنغ مين (بالصينية: 郑敏) (18 يوليو 1920)؛ كاتِبة وشاعرة صينية. درست في جامعة براون.
  • Zheng Min (Chinese: 郑敏) (born July 18, 1920 in Minhou, Fuzhou, Fujian) is a Chinese scholar and modernist poet. She attended the Southwestern University of Kunming, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1943. She first began publishing work during The War of Resistance, one of few female modernist poets doing so at the time. Zheng attended Brown University in the United States and earned her Master's in literature in 1951, before returning to China in 1955. She is one of nine prolific modernist poets considered to be in the "Nine Leaves" school of poetry. While Zheng's work is by and large not considered to be feminist in nature, her position as a female poet in a largely male dominated area, her deviation from expected, traditional female writing, and her explorations of the female psyche in particular still leave her an important figure in Chinese poetry.
  • 郑敏(1920年7月18日-),女,福建闽侯人,生于北京。中华民国及中华人民共和国诗人,九叶诗派成员。
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