On the Preservation of Cultural Other in Literary Translation: A Case Study of the Translation of Chinese Literary Works

Dong Xi


With the cultural turn in translation, cultural other becomes obstacle in the interlingual communication. This thesis, through the examination of a number of cases of literary translation, claims that otherness, being unique and foreign, needs to be preserved in translation, in order to maintain the cultural diversity of the world.

Key words: Cultural turn; Cultural other; Literary translation; Diversity


Cultural turn; Cultural other; Literary translation; Diversity

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720130901.1064


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