Talking literature : essays on Chinese and biblical writings and their interaction / edited by Raoul David Findeisen and Martin Slobodník.

Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, 2013.
xxxiv, 271 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.


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  • An introducrion. Reflection Cyril and Methodius and their mission of mediation / Raoul David Findeisen
  • On the >>Seven Elders<< of the symposium / Marián Gálik
  • 1. Traditional philosophy and religion. Constructing 'Chinese Philosophy' in Sino-European cultural exchanges / Tang Yijie
  • Gongsun Long
  • a somehow Aristotelian reading / Jana Benicka, Miloš Hubina
  • 2. Traditional literature. A poem on poetry: Lu Ji's Wen fu
  • Random reflections on translating the 'Ineffable' / Richard Trappl
  • Poetic principles of Chinese storytellers in their own interpretation / Věna Hrdličková
  • Becoming an immortal-time and anxiety in Liaozhai zhiyi / Amira Katz-Goehr
  • 3. Bible, Christianity and intercultural studies. Remarks on the intercultural nature of Bible translation / Irene Eber
  • >>Are you my brother?<< Cultural intricacies in the Chinese Bible / Lihi Yariv-Laor
  • The reception of Christianity in China: terminological issues in Bible translation / Monica Romano
  • Early contacts between the Austro-Hungarian empire and China: the Zicky brothers in East Asia / Martin Slobodník
  • >>God was their souls' love, women their bodies'<< Two Chinese versions of the Song of Songs (1930/32) / Raoul David Findeisen
  • 4. Modern literature and linguistics. An enquiry into >>Wholesale anti-traditionalism<< of May fourth / Yan Jiayan
  • The complexity of maternal love in Bing Xin's writings / Li Ling
  • On the position of the writer: Lu Xun and Gao Xingjian / Mabel Lee
  • Changing the expression and expressing the change in Guo Moruo's poetry / Barbora Vesterová
  • Identity and subjectivity in Yip Wai-lim's poetry / Chen Peng-hsiang
  • >>Ripples sifting sand<< Flows of press freedom in the Chinese public sphere / Ylva Monschein
  • The Grammatical category of aspect and tense in Chinese and slovak / L'uboš Gajdoš.
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