Lu Xun by Zhou Shuren
8 pages (2000 words)
His form of writing made use of the baihua which is the Chinese vernacular as well as Classical Chinese. He was more of a short story writer, editor, translator, critic, professor, scholar, essayist, poet, and patron of arts. His works exerted a very significant influence after the May Fourth Movement, an anti- imperialist, cultural, and political movement spearheaded by students' demonstrations, to such degree that he was glorified by the Communist regime after the year 1949.