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Scholars of literature tend to see analogy as tied to its counterpart, metaphor, a literary device used to enrich poetic expression. Scholars in Translation Studies, on the other hand, tend to overlook analogy and instead align translation with metaphor, itself currently a controversial notion...
Jack London’s work The Call of the Wild has been the subject of much critical inquiry for its Social Darwinian notions and socialist implications. The dual motifs were historically stimulated in their travel to China by Yi Jiayue (1899–1972) in 1919, which is largely understudied. This paper...
Bai Xian-yong is one of the most important writers in contemporary Chinese and world literature. His masterpiece Taipei People, a collection of fourteen short stories, presents a gallery of Chinese mainland émigrés to Taiwan in 1949 in the wake of Chinese civil war. As a classic of Taiwanese...
“Translanguaging” refers to the dynamic language practice of multilingual users that transcends the boundary between languages and other semiotic resources used in the meaning-making process. This paper explores how “Translanguaging” can be a useful framework for (1) considering the creative use...
A woman who is denied a choice of man and elopes is not accepted in the patriarchal culture of the subcontinent. This image of eloped woman is rarely investigated in the translated texts. The present study focuses on investigating the reconstruction of the feminist identity of the eloped women...
Bibliometric studies have mostly been concerned with journal articles, conducting surveys on the status quo of translation and interpreting studies in China. Very little research has been undertaken on a large scale to understand the practice-oriented projects funded by The National Social...
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