Autumn Floods: Essays in Honour of Marian Galikby Raoul D. Findeisen, Robert H. Gassmann
The almost 50 essays assembled here to mark the 65th birthday of the Slovak sinologist and comparatist Marián Gálik reflect the broad scope of his interests, starting with his study of modern Chinese literature and progressing to comparative literature. Gálik's career as a noted representative of the Prague School of Sinology has spanned forty
The almost 50 essays assembled here to mark the 65th birthday of the Slovak sinologist and comparatist Marián Gálik reflect the broad scope of his interests, starting with his study of modern Chinese literature and progressing to comparative literature. Gálik's career as a noted representative of the Prague School of Sinology has spanned forty years of prolific and active scholarship, focussing on the core concerns of cultural exchange between East Asian literatures, and between East and West. The contributions are arranged under the headings 'The Scholar and His Work', 'Chinese Tradition and the Asian Context', 'Mao Dun Studies', 'Modern Chinese Literature and Intellectual History' and 'Interliterary and Intercultural Networks'. Appended is a comprehensive list of Marián Gálik's many hundred contributions to the subject, many of them translated into Chinese and other languages.
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- Schweizer Asiatische Studien / Etudes asiatique suisse Series: Monographien / monographes , #30
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The Contributors: Raoul David Findeisen, Marián Gálik, jun., Viktor Krupa, Edoarda Masi, Yue Daiyun, Chen Shengsheng, Irene Eber, Shu Ting, Bernhard Fuehrer, Magda Abbiati, Knut Walf, Erling von Mende, Bernd Eberstein, Amira Katz-Goehr, Hu Qiuhua, Claudia Fritz, Marion Eggert, Barbara Buri, Hilary Chung, Lorenz Bichler, Ye Ziming, Roland Altenburger, Denis Gimpel, Wendy Larson, Thomas Fröhlich, Bonnie S. McDougall, Michel Hockx, Lidia Kasarello, William A. Lyell, Jana Benická, Mario Sabattini, Lloyd Haft, Mabel Lee, Wolfgang Kubin, Li Xia, Helmut Martin, András Horn, Richard Trappl, Monika Motsch, Josef Kolmas, Adrian Hsia, Günter Wohlfart, Elisabeth Eide, Jeffrey C. Kinkley, Cheung Chiu-yee, Roland Felber, Lionello Lanciotti, Andrew H. Plaks, Stefania Stafutti, Robert P. Kramers, Hans-Georg Möller, Anna Bujatti, Evelyn Schulz, Claudie Jousse-Keller, Manfred Gsteiger, Ai Qing, Chen Hengzhe, Gu Cheng, Mao Dun, Han Yu, Takeda Taijun, Yang Lingye, Yin Fu.
The Editors: Raoul D. Findeisen (born 1958) is Senior Lecturer for Modern Chinese Literature at the Institute of East Asian Studies, University of Zurich. Among his publications on comparative subjects is Lu Xun: Chronik, Texte, Bilder, Dokumente (1997).
Robert H. Gassmann (born 1946) is Professor of Sinology at the Institute of East Asian Studies, University of Zurich. He is the author of Cheng Ming, Richtigstellung der Bezeichnungen (1988) and Grundstrukturen der antikchinesischen Syntax. Eine erklärende Grammatik (1997).
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