Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese has just released its Volume 14 Number 1.
The Table of Contents of our latest issue is below:
- Homeless in the World: War, Narrative, and Historical Consciousness in Eileen Chang, György Lukács, and Lev Tolstoy. By Roy Bing Chan.
- Old Tales, Untold: Lu Xun against World Literature. By Daniel M. Dooghan.
- Translation in Distraction: On Eileen Chang’s “Chinese Translation: A Vehicle of Cultural Influence”. By Christopher Lee.
- The Rise and Fall (and Rise Again) of Vernacular Happiness. By Haiyan Lee.
- The Migrant Voice: The Politics of Writing Home between the Sinophone and Anglophone Worlds. Kenny K.K. Ng.
- A Critical Review of Japanese Scholarship on Modern Chinese Fiction and Translation Studies. By César Guarde-Paz.
- The Translated Identities of Chinese Minority Writers: Sinophone Naxi Authors. By Duncan Poupard.
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Posted by: Chris Song chrissong@LN.edu.hk