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Transcultural Lyricism

Translation, Intertextuality, and the Rise of Emotion in Modern Chinese Love Fiction, 1899–1925

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In <i>Transcultural Lyricism</i>, Jane Qian Liu discusses the extent to which modern Chinese writer-translators borrowed from foreign literary works to create new ways to express emotion and by extension radically transformed the lyrical modes of modern Chinese literature.

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