The Development and Changes of Comparative Literature in China

Lihua CHEN

Abstract


This thesis explores the origin, development and changes of comparative literature theories. The focus is on the definition of comparative literature in China and the adoption of comparative literature theories in practical usage.
Key words: Comparative literature; Development and changes; China


Résumé: Cette thèse explore l'origine du développement et de l'évolution des théories de la littérature comparée. L'accent est mis sur la définition de la littérature comparée en Chine et à l'adoption des théories de littérature comparée de l'utilisation pratique.
Mots clés: La littérature comparée; Le développement et les changements; de la Chine


Keywords


Comparative literature; Development and changes; China; La littérature comparée; Le développement et les changements; de la Chine;Canadian;Social Science

References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720110704.153

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