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Lin Shu and Wang Shouchang's Bali chahua nü yishi (1899), a translation of La dame aux camélias (1848) by Alexandre Dumas fils, has usually been read with an eye to the idealized figure of the noble courtesan in the Chinese literary tradition. The resemblance of the lady of the camellias to that...
This article examines how Wu Mi (1894–1978), a well-known conservative intellectual, pursued his modernization program by rewriting George Gordon Byron (1788–1824), the British Romantic poet enthusiastically embraced by the iconoclastic New Culturalists in Republican China (1911–1949). Through...
Through references to Xue Yiwei’s (1964–) emigration to Canada, the translation of his works into English, and his repeated discussion of Western authors, the majority of critics have emphasized Xue’s global outlook. However, to date, there has been relatively little discussion of the ways in...
Although “reportage” as a term was first introduced in China in 1931, it gained new momentum in early 1936 with the translation of Egon Erwin Kisch’s theory on reportage. This translation was soon followed by a surge in Chinese reportage written by figures such as Zhou Libo, Xia Yan, and Qian...
This essay examines Eileen Chang’s transmedial theater and cinema in two 1940s love stories and draws attention to the historical transformation of the emotional regime underlying these literary reworkings. By canvassing the theatrical impulses in “Love in a Fallen City” (1943) and the cinematic...
The science fiction writer Han Song's trilogy Hospital, published between 2016 and 2018 in China, presents an eerie world of eternal pain within futuristic hospitals. With Michael Berry's translation coming out from January 2023, this work by one of the most well-known writers of contemporary...
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