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Title Asian translation traditions / edited by Eva Hung and Judy Wakabayashi
Published Manchester [England] ; Northampton, MA : St. Jerome Pub., [2005]
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Description 1 online resource (287 pages : illustrations, map.)
Contents Introduction / Eva Hung and Judy Wakabayashi -- Translation in the East Asian cultural sphere-shared roots, divergent paths? / Judy Wakabayashi -- Translation in China -- an analytical survey (first century B.C.E. to early twentieth century) / Eva Hung -- From 'controlling the barbarians' to 'wholesale westernization' : translation and politics in Late Imperial and Early Republican China, 1840-1919 / Lawrence Wang-Chi Wong -- Amalgamation of literariness : translations as a means of introducing European literary techniques to modern Japan / Ohsawa Yoshihiro -- The lover's silence, the people's voice : translating nationalist poetics in the colonial period in Korea / Theresa Hyun -- Sino-Vietnamese translation from classical to vernacular / Keith W. Taylor -- Rethinking the translation in translation studies : questions from Makassar, Indonesia / William Cummings -- Translation in the Malay world : different communities, different agendas / Doris Jedamski -- Translation and the Korido : negotiating identity in Philippine metrical romances / Raniela Barbaza -- The fiction of translation / Rita Kothari
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Translating and interpreting -- Asia -- History
Translating and interpreting.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Hung, Eva.
Wakabayashi, Judy.
ISBN 1317640489