|aChina in a polycentric world :|bessays in Chinese comparative literature /|cedited by Yingjin Zhang.
|aStanford, Calif. :|bStanford University Press,|cc1998.
|axii, 307 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aPapers delivered at the International Conference on Literature, History, Culture: Reenvisioning Chinese and Comparative Literature, held at Princeton University on June 24-26, 1994.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 235-282) and index.
|aThe challenge of East-West comparative literature / Zhang Longxi -- The utopia of discourse: on the impossibility of Chinese comparative literature / David Palumbo-Liu -- Canon formation in traditional Chinese poetry: Chinese canons, sacred and profane / Mark E. Francis -- A feminist re-vision of Xu Wei's Ci Mulan and Nu? zhuangyuan / Ann-Marie Hsiung -- Gender, subjectivity, sexuality: defining a subversive discourse in Wang Anyi's Four Tales of sexual transgression / Helen H. Chen -- Consuming Asian women: the fluid body of Josie Packard in Twin Peaks / Greta Aiyou Niu -- Travel and translation: an aspect of China's cultural modernity, 1862-1926 / John Yu Zou -- Baoyu in wonderland: technological utopia in the early modern Chinese science fiction novel / Feng-Ying Ming -- The texture of the metropolis: modernist inscriptions of Shanghai in the 1930s / Yingjin Zhang -- The cult of poetry in contemporary China / Michelle Yeh -- Tianya, the ends of the world or the edge of Heaven: comparative literature at the fin de sie?cle / Eugene Chen Eoyang.
|aComparative literature |x Chinese and European.
|aComparative literature |x European and Chinese.
|aEast and West.
|aLiteratura comparada|xEuropea y china.
|aOriente y Occidente.
|aInternational Conference on Literature, History, Culture: Reenvisioning Chinese and Comparative Literature |d (1994 : |c Princeton University)