A companion to modern Chinese literature by Yingjin Zhang

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Translated literature has enriched and expanded the production and reception of modern Chinese literature, forming the relationship of heterogeneous isomorphism with creative lit­ erature, and thus making itself an indispensable part of the Chinese literary system. Zha tracks the development of China’s translated literature in the context of modern Chinese culture, analyzes the selection and purpose of translation in different historical periods, and evaluates its influence on mainstream ideology and literary styles.

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