Preface "Academic History Series" by Chen Pingyuan
Chapter One: Style, Gender and Age in the Classical Interpretation: Vernacular Notes of Qing "Nvjie" in the Late Ming Dynasty and Late Qing Dynasty
Section One Five vernacular versions of "Nvjie"
Section Two Differences between proverbs
Section Three Strengthening and dispelling the male-centered culture
Section Four Meaning flow in the context of reality
Chapter Two The Pluralistic Presentation of the Late Qing Women's Paradigm: From Female Biography Home and Broad to Biography Column on Women's Newspapers
Section One New education and new paradigm
Section Two From "Lienv" to "Nvjie"
Section Three Good wife / female hero
Chapter Three Hidden Copy of Western Heroines in the late Qing Dynasty: "World Famous Ancient and Modern Women"
Section One Naruto Ashika and "World Famous Ancient and Modern Women"
Section Two "Biography of Madame Roland"
Section Three The original of "World's Ten Women Heroines"
Section Four Authors of the biography column in women's newspapers
Chapter Four The Chinese Journey of "Determined Women" in Meiji Times: Origin of Western Heroines in Women's Newspapers in the Late Qing Dynasty
Section One Biography of "Determined Women" in Meiji Times
Section Two Western beauties in "Lady"
Section Three "Women's World"
Section Four European women in "Chinese New Women"
Chapter Five Music Enlightenment in Women's Lives: Songs on Women's Newspapers in the Late Qing Dynasty
Section One Music class in women's schools and singing columns in women's newspapers
Section Two The singing column and women's life in the late Qing Dynasty
Section Three Women singers
Chapter Six Discussion on the Nation and Feminine Consciousness in Women's Newspapers in the late Qing Dynasty: Multiple Presentations in 1907
Section One Chinese daughters in "Chinese Women"
Section Two Female citizens in “Chinese New Women”
Section Three The female nihility party in "Tianyi Newspaper"
The Past and Present Life of Two Female Journals in the late Qing Dynasty
The Foundation of the First Female Journal
Regeneration of "Lady"