Selected Stories of Lu Hsun is a collection of English translations of major stories of the Chinese author Lu Xun translated by translated by Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang and first published in 1960 by the Foreign Languages Press in Beijing. This book was republished in 2007 by the Foreign Languages Press with the updated title of Lu Xun Selected Works. Stories included in the collection are drawn from three of Lu Xun's story collections: 《吶喊》Call to Arms (CTA), 《彷徨》 "Wandering" (W), and 《故事新編》 "Old Tales Retold" (OTR).
The stories were a major influence on the May Fourth Movement in China in the 1920s.
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