Sinologists as translators in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries / edited by Lawrence Wang-chi Wong and Bernhard Fuehrer.
Contributor(s): Wong, Lawrence Wang-chi | Fuehrer, Bernhard.Material type: BookCall no.: PL2658.A1 S56 2015Series: Asian translation traditions series: 2.Publication: Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, c2015Description: xx, 440 p. : ill.ISBN: 9789629966072; 9629966077.Subject(s): Chinese literature -- Translations -- History and criticism -- 19th century | Chinese literature -- Translations -- History and criticism -- 18th century | Chinese literature -- Translations -- History and criticism -- 17th century | Translating and interpreting -- China | China -- Study and teaching -- History
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Includes bibliographical references.
Machine generated contents note: Translating the Confucian Classics: The Lunyu in the Confucius Sinarum Philosophus (1687) / Thierry Meynard -- The Manuscript of the Daodejing in the British Library / Claudia Von Collani -- Filial Piety, the Imperial Works, and Translation: Pierre-Martial Cibot and The Book of Filial Piety / Feng-Chuan Pan -- Location, Location, Location: Peter Perring Thoms (1790 -- 1855), Cantonese Localism, and the Genesis of Literary Translation from the Chinese / Patricia Sieber -- "Objects of Curiosity": John Francis Davis as a Translator of Chinese Literature / Lawrence Wang-Chi Wong -- Early French Sinology and the Question of "Plagiarizing" Re-translation: The Case of Heinrich Kurz' German Rendition of Huajian ji / Roland Altenburger -- August Pfizmaier (1808 -- 1887) and His Translations from Chinese Poetry / Bernhard Fuehrer -- Translation and the British Colonial Mission: The Career of Samuel Turner Fearon and the Establishment of Chinese Studies in King's College London / Uganda Sze Pui Kwan -- Kingsmill's Shijing "Translations" into Sanskrit and the Idea of "Congenial Languages" at the End of the Nineteenth Century / Wolfgang Behr -- Early Translations of Chinese Literature into German: The Example of Wilhelm Grube (1855 -- 1908) and His Translation of Investiture of the Gods / Thomas Zimmer -- Collaborators and Competitors: Western Translators of the Yijing in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries / Richard J. Smith.
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