Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese 14.1

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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