qThis is a fascinating exploration of inter-cultural history and there is nothing like it in the English-language scholarship. In this regard, The Reading of Russian Literature in China is both timely and long overdue. Gamsa's ability to interweave discussions of Chinese, Russian, and Soviet exchanges in the midst of revolution and war is masterful. It is a work of extensive research and rich detail - a significant project. The book will be welcome to scholars and graduate students of Chinese studies, inter-cultural history of Russia and China, comparative literature generally, and Communist literature specifically.q Douglas Howland, David D. Buck Professor of Chinese History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.A Moral Example and Manual of Practice Mark Gamsa ... The Chinese original, included in an annex to the French edition, is by now allowed into print in the PRC: see Qu Qiubai, Chidu xinshi, pp. ... 320, and Wolfgang Bauer, Western Literature and Translation Work in Communist China (Frankfurt am Main and Berlin: Alfredanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Reading of Russian Literature in China|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2010-05-25|