019 - World Literature and National Literature

 

  1. Sayantan Dasgupta
    Uneasy Alliances: Visvasahitya, Comparative Literature and National Literature in India
  1. Fatima Festić
    Gender as a Mediation between World Literature and National Literature 
  1. Peter Hajdu
    Mór Jókai’s Popularity Home and Abroad
  1. Ji Hao
    Being at Home in the World: Journey to the West and Its Journey to the West
  1. Tao Huang
    State, Capital Flow and New Wave Chinese Science Fiction as World Literature
  1. Li Zhenling
    Net Literature as New Form of (World) Literature?: The Case of The Founder of Diabolism
  1. Liu Liu
  2. Lyu Ruyu
    From One to Multiple: a curious adventure of the Chinese tale The Impatient Widow
  1. Edwin Michielsen
    Translating the Proletariat in Esperanto: Nakagaki Kojirō, (Inter)national Literature, and (Un)translatability
  1. Peng Qiao
    Is Translation Integral: World Literature in the Digital Communications Circuit
  1. Axel Rüth
    Simenon's commissaire Maigret and crime fiction – a case of Belgitude in a world literature paradigm?
  1. Franca Sinopoli
    The function of the category of 'transnational' in the delimitation of literary worldliness or world literature
  1. Simao Valente
    A Cosmopolitan Canon: Portuguese National Literature as World Literature
  1. Zoltán Z. Varga
    Magyars in the Capital of Modernity: Geopoetical Meanings of Paris in 20th century’s Hungarian Literature
  1. Sha Wang
    From Dim Sum to Chop Suey—Chinese Diaspora Poetry in Canada
  1. ZHANG Mingjuan
    The Retranslation of Walden and Its Canonization in China
  1. Ivo Pospisil
    Interpoeticity as a Crucial Node in the Construction of the Complexes of the National Literature and World Literature