The Image of Anne in Chinese Readers’ Eyes: Reflections on the Popularization of Canadian Literature in China

Shang-wu WANG

Abstract


Anne of Green Gables, one of Canada’s best known children’s books, has gained popularity all over the world. Anne has become a household name in the children world. The paper analyses the image of Anne in Chinese readers’ eyes: a romantic, imaginative, loyal, self-spirited and loveable girl. The author of this paper also reviews a brief history of Canadian literature’s acceptance in China, and offers some constructive suggestions for the effective popularization of Canadian literature in China. Key words: Anne; Canadian literature; popularization; children’s literature

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sll.1923156320100106.001

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