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Modern China and the West : Translation and Cultural Mediation

By: Peng, Hsiao-yen.
Contributor(s): Rabut, Isabelle.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.East Asian Comparative Literature and Culture: Publisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2014Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (373 p.).ISBN: 9789004270220.Subject(s): Multicultural education -- Cross-cultural studies | Translating and interpreting -- China -- Social aspects | Translating and interpreting -- Cross-cultural studies | Translating and interpreting -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Modern China and the West : Translation and Cultural MediationDDC classification: 418.020951 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Series Editors' Foreword; Contributor Biographical Information; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Section ITranslators and Cultural Actors as Mediators ; 1China-Europe: Transcontinental "Intellectual Cooperation" during the Interwar Period; 2Ba Jin as Translator; 3Eileen Chang as a Chinese Translator of American Literature; 4The Birth of a Profession: Translators and Translation in Modern China; Section IITranslation as a Shaping Force ; 5Force of Psyche: Electricity or Void? Re-examination of the Hermeneutics of the Force of Psyche in Late Qing China
6 Translating Liberalism into China in the Early Twentieth Century:The Case of Yan Fu7Chinese Romanticism: The Acculturation of a Western Notion; 8 Mapping a "New" Dramatic Canon: Rewriting theLegacy of Hong Shen; Section IIITranscultural Negotiations ; 9The Shanghai School: Westernised Urbanity and Scriptural Mimesis; 10A Traveling Text: Souvenirs entomologiques, Japanese Anarchism, and Shanghai Neo-Sensationism; 11From Poetic Revolution to Nation-(Re)building: Vicissitudes of Modernity in Modern Chinese Poetry
12 Ghostly China: Amy Tan's Narrative of Transnational Haunting in The Hundred Secret Senses, The Bonesetter's Daughter, and Saving Fish from DrowningIndex
Summary: In Modern China and the West: Translation and Cultural Mediation, the authors investigate the significant role translation plays in cultural mediation. Transnational organizations that bring about cross-cultural interactions as well as regulating authorities, in the form of both nation-states and ideologies, are under scrutiny.
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Contents; Series Editors' Foreword; Contributor Biographical Information; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Section ITranslators and Cultural Actors as Mediators ; 1China-Europe: Transcontinental "Intellectual Cooperation" during the Interwar Period; 2Ba Jin as Translator; 3Eileen Chang as a Chinese Translator of American Literature; 4The Birth of a Profession: Translators and Translation in Modern China; Section IITranslation as a Shaping Force ; 5Force of Psyche: Electricity or Void? Re-examination of the Hermeneutics of the Force of Psyche in Late Qing China

6 Translating Liberalism into China in the Early Twentieth Century:The Case of Yan Fu7Chinese Romanticism: The Acculturation of a Western Notion; 8 Mapping a "New" Dramatic Canon: Rewriting theLegacy of Hong Shen; Section IIITranscultural Negotiations ; 9The Shanghai School: Westernised Urbanity and Scriptural Mimesis; 10A Traveling Text: Souvenirs entomologiques, Japanese Anarchism, and Shanghai Neo-Sensationism; 11From Poetic Revolution to Nation-(Re)building: Vicissitudes of Modernity in Modern Chinese Poetry

12 Ghostly China: Amy Tan's Narrative of Transnational Haunting in The Hundred Secret Senses, The Bonesetter's Daughter, and Saving Fish from DrowningIndex

In Modern China and the West: Translation and Cultural Mediation, the authors investigate the significant role translation plays in cultural mediation. Transnational organizations that bring about cross-cultural interactions as well as regulating authorities, in the form of both nation-states and ideologies, are under scrutiny.

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