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This index section presents list of terms that occur in this book The Chinese Translation of Russian Literature. The book discusses the available information on the forty-two translators, of thirty-five works by Leonid Andreev rendered into Chinese from 1909 to 1950, to draw a collective portrait of the translators of Russian literature in China during the first half of the twentieth century. It describes translators acting out of a commitment to the introduction of foreign literature; translators driven to a close engagement with Russian literature by their engagement with Communism; the translation and stage adaptation of plays, and the social frameworks, within which translation was carried out.

Keywords: Chinese translation; Leonid Andreev; Russian literature



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