In foreign countries, there is also a period of reading American insider novels, which are substitutes. It should be called an industry novel, and there is no inside story except that "every other line is like a mountain". There's one for every line: airports, hospitals, hotels, the movie industry, the fashion industry, embassies, election preparations, rodeos, police detectives, and the underworld. One of the best is not a novel. It is about the advertising industry. It was written by an advertiser, della femina. It is a tape-recorded ramble, which has been edited and abridged by others, and is still very repetitive. The title of the book is "From the Good Man Who Gave You Pearl Harbor", which is the author's parody of a Japanese TV advertisement. Industry fiction is naturally quite expert, touching on real people and facts, but also needs to change its appearance to avoid being accused of damaging reputation. On the contrary, there are those who pretend to allude to famous people, such as "the king", which borrows the nickname of the late actor Clark Gable to write about the singer Frank Sinatra, and "Love Machine", which is a former general manager of CBS television, Jim O'Brien, nicknamed "Laughing Rattlesnake". And to the critical juncture to "switch" into the general plot of popular fiction, deceiving readers, will never offend me. It's all painstaking, and the structure is interspersed with atmosphere, but I think it's far less than Chinese social fiction. The name of social novel seems to have come into being only in the 1920s. It has been handed down from The Scholars to Officialdom. The content seems to be documentary, and the structure is loose to a certain extent. Even the unity of the theme is not needed. It is also a natural trend. At the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, the propaganda and education of satirical novels were inherited by the new literature and art, and the chapter novels were no longer deafening. Some of them,316l stainless steel pipe, such as Xiepu Chao, were still satirical. Generally, even satire was diluted and stopped at sophistication. Disillusionment with all that is new, and nostalgia for the old morality, though distant and dim. In the 1930s, there was a book entitled The Great Change of People's Hearts, written by Ping Jinya. This sentence is an old tune in social fiction. But scolding is a bit like the pet phrase of Western book reviewers, "love-hate relationship", which describes that some authors love and hate their own background, because it is the only world he knows. But the word "hate" is too strong here, and it is more appropriate to change it to "hate". "The Tide of the Human Sea" was the earliest. Look at the version and the illustrations. It was at the end of the first decade or the beginning of the second decade. The style of writing was very poor. In the third decade, there was a film called "Nie Hai Meng" or what kind of dream it was. It was equally indifferent, naive, and typical. The author was not famous, and the opening seemed to be two young people visiting Shanghai together. The latter is about two classmates, Guoguang and Jinren, who bring Guoguang's younger sister to Shanghai. Jinren has the habit of being rich and young. After seeing some foreign affairs behind the scenes, uns c68700 ,x52 line pipe, he was asked to go back to Hubei to rectify a small coal mine. The house that live is earthy ground, brocade person thinks of a way, bought straw mat to spread to make carpet in the ground. One night I heard the sound of the mat pawn next door and found that the bookkeeper had stolen the iron box. It turned out to be a fraud in the accounting department, so he lost money. After finding out, he retired just as the National Army was moving north to clear up everything. The end of the Northern Expedition is also the formula of social fiction in the 1930s. Jin Ren and Guoguang's younger sister get along for a long time and fall in love with each other. When they get married on their way back to their hometown, they only explain this sentence. My sister doesn't work at all in the book. She almost never mentions it, nor does she go to Hubei together. It is obviously the self-description of "Guoguang", all of which are written according to the facts. He did not seem to approve of his sister's marriage, nor could he say anything. The book would probably not have been published at any other time, but at this time, under the name of social fiction, although it has not been reprinted, it is not expected to lose money. To write in the interior, there is not even the unity of a metropolis as the background. Its benefits are also all negative: unlike the records of real people and facts, it does not pretend to be humorous, nor does it have the solemn praise of epitaphs, nor does it contain the experience of entrepreneurship, the way of husband and wife, and so on. It's just like telling a friend casually, so I still remember it after all these years. I didn't finish Guangling Tide, so I couldn't read it at that time, because the depiction was too vicious, and I didn't know if it was still the influence of the previous period, and the "three doors" were close to the later "social romance novel", which was a connecting link between the preceding and the following, as if it could not be regarded as an authentic social novel. All of these books were bought by my father, except for Guangling Chao. He stopped reading them before and after he remarried. When I came back from school, I didn't have any of them, so I haven't seen them since I was 12 or 13 years old. Of course, there are only fragmentary impressions. Later, I went to the bookstall to look for it, but it had already disappeared. Zhang Henshui is included in the category of "social romance novels", which is different in nature. His "Chunming Unofficial History" is a social novel, which is similar to Bi Yihong's "Hell on Earth" in some places. The autobiography part seems to be better written in "Hell on Earth", and the object of their love is also very similar to Qiubo Liyun, a child prostitute. Hell on Earth is out of print. The "Unofficial History of Studying in the East" written by overseas students is far less than the "Record of Overseas Splendor", but there is still the "Unofficial History of Studying in the East". The style of social romance novels is low, because the story is concentrated and long, and it is not enough to rely on a little fact, so it has to be supplemented by creation. As soon as the creation is easy, "three bottom door answer", legendary, fantasy can not jump out of this circle. However, the legacy of social fiction, until the end of the fourth decade, after Zhang Henshui, there are two or three more authenticity. At that time, the trend had long passed and was completely unnoticed. One was a long serial by a Shanghai tabloid writer, published in a single edition. My memory was so bad that I forgot all the names and titles of the books. I only knew that he was a fat man, who was often ridiculed as a "dead big man" by the same article. He was ten or twenty years later than Bao Tianxiao and wrote about the middle and lower classes in Shanghai. In this story, a dancing girl marries a hooligan who runs a hardware store. She falls in love with an unemployed young man with a heavy family. As a cousin, she introduces him to be a bookkeeper. Finally, she breaks away from the hooligan and prepares to marry him, but he dies of lung disease. Such an insipid and unexpectedly touching ending. In addition,x52 line pipe, there is a book in the north about a washerwoman in Peking University who fell in love with a student and disliked him for being poor. The author's surname is Wang. There is also a story of a modern phoenix hairpin in Dalian, which is almost reasonable, but the hero is so frustrated that no one can make it. It seems that it is all a true record.