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  1. Mo Yan in context
    Nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    ISBN: 1557536813; 9781557536815
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies
    Schlagworte: Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1956-)
    Umfang: IV, 228 S., 23 cm
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  2. Mo Yan in context
    Nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Indiana ; JSTOR, New York

    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and... mehr

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    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and widen critical discussions of both a specific literary author and the globalization of Chinese literature more generally. The book takes the "root-seeking" movement with which Mo Yan's works are associated as a metaphor for its organizational structure. The four articles of "Part I: Leaves" focus on Mo Yan's works as world literature, exploring the long shadow his works have cast globally. Howard Goldblatt, Mo Yan's English translator, explores the difficulties and rewards of interpreting his work, while subsequent articles cover issues such as censorship and the "performativity" associated with being a global author. "Part II: Trunk" explores the nativist core of Mo Yan's works. Through careful comparative treatment of related historical events, the five articles in this section show how specific literary works intermingle with China's national and international politics, its mid-twentieth-century visual culture, and its rich religious and literary conventions, including humor. The three articles in "Part III: Roots" delve into the theoretical and practical extensions of Mo Yan's works, uncovering the vibrant critical and cultural systems that ground Eastern and Western literatures and cultures. Mo Yan in Context concludes with an epilogue by sociologist Fenggang Yang, offering a personal and globally aware reflection on the recognition Mo Yan's works have received at this historical juncture"--...

     

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    ISBN: 9781612493442; 1612493440; 9781612493435; 1612493432
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies,
    Schlagworte: Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1956-)
    Umfang: 1 Online-Ressource (ix, 228 pages)
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    Includes bibliographical references and index

  3. Mo Yan in context
    nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Indiana ; OAPEN Foundation, The Hague

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    Beteiligt: Duran, Angelica (Herausgeber); Huang, Yuhan (Herausgeber)
    Sprache: Englisch
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    ISBN: 9781612493435; 9781612493442
    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen anderer Sprachen (890)
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies
    Schlagworte: Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1956-)
    Umfang: 1 Online-Ressource (ix, 228 Seiten), Illustrationen
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  4. Mo Yan in context
    Nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    Erschienen: 2014
    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Ind.

    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and... mehr

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    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and widen critical discussions of both a specific literary author and the globalization of Chinese literature more generally. The book takes the "root-seeking" movement with which Mo Yan's works are associated as a metaphor for its organizational structure. The four articles of "Part I: Leaves" focus on Mo Yan's works as world literature, exploring the long shadow his works have cast globally. Howard Goldblatt, Mo Yan's English translator, explores the difficulties and rewards of interpreting his work, while subsequent articles cover issues such as censorship and the "performativity" associated with being a global author. "Part II: Trunk" explores the nativist core of Mo Yan's works. Through careful comparative treatment of related historical events, the five articles in this section show how specific literary works intermingle with China's national and international politics, its mid-twentieth-century visual culture, and its rich religious and literary conventions, including humor. The three articles in "Part III: Roots" delve into the theoretical and practical extensions of Mo Yan's works, uncovering the vibrant critical and cultural systems that ground Eastern and Western literatures and cultures. Mo Yan in Context concludes with an epilogue by sociologist Fenggang Yang, offering a personal and globally aware reflection on the recognition Mo Yan's works have received at this historical juncture"--

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
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    ISBN: 9781557536815
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies
    Schlagworte: Mo, Yan; Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik;
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1955-)
    Umfang: ix, 228 pages, 23 cm
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    Includes bibliographical references and index -- Includes bibliographical references and index

  5. Mo Yan in context
    Nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    Erschienen: 2014
    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Indiana ; JSTOR, New York

    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and... mehr

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    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and widen critical discussions of both a specific literary author and the globalization of Chinese literature more generally. The book takes the "root-seeking" movement with which Mo Yan's works are associated as a metaphor for its organizational structure. The four articles of "Part I: Leaves" focus on Mo Yan's works as world literature, exploring the long shadow his works have cast globally. Howard Goldblatt, Mo Yan's English translator, explores the difficulties and rewards of interpreting his work, while subsequent articles cover issues such as censorship and the "performativity" associated with being a global author. "Part II: Trunk" explores the nativist core of Mo Yan's works. Through careful comparative treatment of related historical events, the five articles in this section show how specific literary works intermingle with China's national and international politics, its mid-twentieth-century visual culture, and its rich religious and literary conventions, including humor. The three articles in "Part III: Roots" delve into the theoretical and practical extensions of Mo Yan's works, uncovering the vibrant critical and cultural systems that ground Eastern and Western literatures and cultures. Mo Yan in Context concludes with an epilogue by sociologist Fenggang Yang, offering a personal and globally aware reflection on the recognition Mo Yan's works have received at this historical juncture"--...

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
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    ISBN: 9781612493442; 1612493440; 9781612493435; 1612493432
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies,
    Schlagworte: Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1956-)
    Umfang: 1 Online-Ressource (ix, 228 pages)
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    Includes bibliographical references and index

  6. Mo Yan in Context
    Nobel Laureate and Global Storyteller
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    Erschienen: 2014
    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, West Lafayette ; Project MUSE, Baltimore, Md.

    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and... mehr

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    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and widen critical discussions of both a specific literary author and the globalization of Chinese literature more generally. The book takes the "root-seeking" movement with which Mo Yan's works are associated as a metaphor for its organizational structure. The four articles of "Part I: Leaves" focus on Mo Yan's works as world literature, exploring the long shadow his works have cast globally. Howard Goldblatt, Mo Yan's English translator, explores the difficulties and rewards of interpreting his work, while subsequent articles cover issues such as censorship and the "performativity" associated with being a global author. "Part II: Trunk" explores the nativist core of Mo Yan's works. Through careful comparative treatment of related historical events, the five articles in this section show how specific literary works intermingle with China's national and international politics, its mid-twentieth-century visual culture, and its rich religious and literary conventions, including humor. The three articles in "Part III: Roots" delve into the theoretical and practical extensions of Mo Yan's works, uncovering the vibrant critical and cultural systems that ground Eastern and Western literatures and cultures. Mo Yan in Context concludes with an epilogue by sociologist Fenggang Yang, offering a personal and globally aware reflection on the recognition Mo Yan's works have received at this historical juncture"--...

     

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    ISBN: 9781612493435
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies
    Schlagworte: Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1956-)
    Umfang: 1 Online-Ressource (pages cm.)
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    Includes bibliographical references and index

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  7. Mo Yan in Context
    Nobel Laureate and Global Storyteller
    Erschienen: 2014
    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, Ashland ; [ProQuest], [Ann Arbor, Michigan]

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    ISBN: 9781612493435
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative Cultural Studies
    Schlagworte: Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1956-)
    Umfang: 1 Online-Ressource (239 pages)
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  8. Mo Yan in context
    Nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    Erschienen: 2014
    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Ind.

    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and... mehr

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    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and widen critical discussions of both a specific literary author and the globalization of Chinese literature more generally. The book takes the "root-seeking" movement with which Mo Yan's works are associated as a metaphor for its organizational structure. The four articles of "Part I: Leaves" focus on Mo Yan's works as world literature, exploring the long shadow his works have cast globally. Howard Goldblatt, Mo Yan's English translator, explores the difficulties and rewards of interpreting his work, while subsequent articles cover issues such as censorship and the "performativity" associated with being a global author. "Part II: Trunk" explores the nativist core of Mo Yan's works. Through careful comparative treatment of related historical events, the five articles in this section show how specific literary works intermingle with China's national and international politics, its mid-twentieth-century visual culture, and its rich religious and literary conventions, including humor. The three articles in "Part III: Roots" delve into the theoretical and practical extensions of Mo Yan's works, uncovering the vibrant critical and cultural systems that ground Eastern and Western literatures and cultures. Mo Yan in Context concludes with an epilogue by sociologist Fenggang Yang, offering a personal and globally aware reflection on the recognition Mo Yan's works have received at this historical juncture"--

     

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    ISBN: 9781557536815
    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies
    Schlagworte: Mo, Yan; Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik;
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1955-)
    Umfang: ix, 228 pages, 23 cm
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    Includes bibliographical references and index -- Includes bibliographical references and index

  9. Mo Yan in context
    Nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies
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    Includes bibliographical references and index -- Includes bibliographical references and index

  10. Mo Yan in context
    Nobel laureate and global storyteller
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    Erschienen: 2014
    Verlag:  Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Indiana

    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and... mehr

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    "This is the first English-language study of the Chinese writer's work and influence, featuring essays from scholars in a range of disciplines, from both China and the United States. Its introduction, twelve articles, and epilogue aim to deepen and widen critical discussions of both a specific literary author and the globalization of Chinese literature more generally. The book takes the "root-seeking" movement with which Mo Yan's works are associated as a metaphor for its organizational structure. The four articles of "Part I: Leaves" focus on Mo Yan's works as world literature, exploring the long shadow his works have cast globally. Howard Goldblatt, Mo Yan's English translator, explores the difficulties and rewards of interpreting his work, while subsequent articles cover issues such as censorship and the "performativity" associated with being a global author. "Part II: Trunk" explores the nativist core of Mo Yan's works. Through careful comparative treatment of related historical events, the five articles in this section show how specific literary works intermingle with China's national and international politics, its mid-twentieth-century visual culture, and its rich religious and literary conventions, including humor. The three articles in "Part III: Roots" delve into the theoretical and practical extensions of Mo Yan's works, uncovering the vibrant critical and cultural systems that ground Eastern and Western literatures and cultures. Mo Yan in Context concludes with an epilogue by sociologist Fenggang Yang, offering a personal and globally aware reflection on the recognition Mo Yan's works have received at this historical juncture"--

     

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    Quelle: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
    Beteiligt: Duran, Angelica (HerausgeberIn); Huang, Yuhan (HerausgeberIn)
    Sprache: Englisch
    Medientyp: Ebook
    Format: Online
    ISBN: 9781612493435; 1612493432; 9781557536815; 1612493440; 1557536813; 9781612493442
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    Schriftenreihe: Comparative cultural studies
    Schlagworte: Mo, Yan; Mo, Yan; LITERARY CRITICISM ; Asian ; Chinese; LITERARY CRITICISM ; Asian ; General; LITERARY CRITICISM ; Asian ; General; Schriftsteller; Nobelpreisträger; Kontextanalyse; Literaturkritik; Criticism, interpretation, etc
    Weitere Schlagworte: Mo, Yan (1955-); Mo, Yan
    Umfang: 1 Online-Ressource (ix, 228 pages)
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    Includes bibliographical references and index