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A history of translation and interpretation: the chinese versions of Hans Christian Andersen's tales (Bog, Hæftet, Engelsk)

Af: Wenjie Li

Forlag: University Press of Southern Denmark
Format: Hæftet
Sprog: Engelsk
Serietitel: University of Southern Denmark studies in Scandinavian languages and literatures
Sideantal: 328
Dato for udgivelse: 19-9-2017
Udgivelse: 1. udgave, 2017.
Nr. i serien: Bind: vol. 136,
ISBN-13: 9788740830972
Produkt type: Bog
År for denne udgave: 2017
Originalsprog: Sproget kan ikke bestemmes
Udgave: 1
Oplag: 1

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H.C. Andersen’s tales are considered as classical fairy tales in China. How Wenjie Li they have achieved this canonical status is one of the concerns of this book. Taking a historical point of view, this book has explained how the Chinese translations and interpretations of his tales, since they were first introduced and translated, have contributed to their canonization, and how they have shaped the various images of Andersen in different temporal periods. Moreover, considering translation as a social practice taking place in a polysystem, this book has further explicated how socio-political factors like economics and ideology, as well as human factors such as patrons, translators, and readers, have influenced the Chinese translations and interpretations of Andersen’s tales. In addition, by referring to the Chinese target texts, English mediating texts and Danish original texts, this book has clarified the intertextual relations and influences operating among different versions of Andersen’s tales.

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A history of translation and interpretation: the chinese versions of Hans Christian Andersen's tales

A history of translation and interpretation: the chinese versions of Hans Christian Andersen's tales