1. Lu Xun was sometimes called a "champion of common humanity.
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2. Lu Xun produced harsh criticism of social problems in China, particularly in his analysis of the "Chinese national character".
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5. Lu Xun began to study and identify with Marxist political theory, made contact with local Communist Party members, and became involved in literary disputes with other leftist writers in the city.
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6. Lu Xun made contacts within the Kuomintang and the Chinese Communist Party through his students.
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