EAST - WEST DIALOGUE

Vol. IV, No. 2 +  Vol. V, No. 1, June 2000

Chinese and European Literature - Mutual Influence and Perspectives

Contents

Author Article Page
Marián Gálik Reception of Chinese Translated Literature in Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary (1919-1989)

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Zhang Longxi Difficult First Steps: Initial Contacts with European Literature in the Late Qing

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Lucie Bernier Loti, Segalen et Claudel en Chine ou La quęte existentielle de trois auteurs

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Ma Yiu-man Linguistic Incompetence and/or Poetic Creativity: Reading Li Jinfa's Reading of French Symbolism

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Luo Xinzhang Judith Gautier et son Livre de Jade

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Terry Siu-han Yip Goethe in China: The Reception of Faust and Werther in 20th Century China

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Jane Lai & Dorothy Wong Shakespeare in China: Bringing Home the Bard

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Tam Kwok-kan An Unfinished Project: Ibsen and the Construction of a Modern Chinese Consciousness

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Monika Schmitz-Emans China Images in European Literature

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Zhang Yushu Stefan Zweig in China

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Adrian Hsia The Insular Obsession of Timothy Mo Or an Existential Discussion of Fictionalizing Historicity

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Irene Ebner Chinese and Jews: Mutual Perceptions in Literacy and Related Resources

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Maria Antónia Espadinha Images of Macau (and China) in Portuguese Literature

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Contributors to this Issue

Dr Lucie Bernier is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at the National Chung Cheng University in Chiayi, Taiwan.

Prof Irene Ebner is Louis Frieberg Professor of East Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Senior Fellow at the Truman Research Institute.

Dr Maria Antonia Espadinha is currently Dean of Portuguese Studies at the University of Macau.

Prof Marián Gálik is Senior Research Fellow at the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia.

Prof Adrian Hsia teaches German literature at McGill University in Canada.

Prof Jane Lai is currently Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University.

Prof Luo Xinzhang is Senior Researcher at the Institute of Foreign Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Dr Ma Yiu-man is Associate Professor at the Graduate Institute of Foreign Languages and Literature, National Taiwan University, Taipei.

Dr Monika Schmitz-Emans is Professor of Comnparative Literature at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany.

Prof Tam Kwok-kan is currently Undergraduate Programme Coordinator at the Department of English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Prof Terry S. H. Yip is Head of the Department of English Language and Literature at Hong Kong Baptist University.

Prof. Zhang Longxi teaches at the Department of Chinese, Translations and Linguistics at the City University of Hong Kong.

Prof Zhang Yushu is Head of the Institute of World Literature, Beijing University, and Senior Fellow at the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.


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