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  • The Innovative Spirit of Modern Poetry: Developing Human Intellectual and Emotional Capacities

    Author:Zhimin Li

    Abstract: Modern poets have applied challenge writing to increase the readers' capacity for understanding and to promote the growth of their intellectual and emotional capabilities. It has a selective readership as opposed to the traditional pattern of parallel writing. A literary work of artis...

    Column:Culture Studies   001-008   Details

  • Western Motherhood Studies in the Postmodern Context

    Author:Yanhua Mao

    Abstract: Western motherhood studies have promoted active discussions since the 1970s, becoming an independent discipline in the 21st century. Western motherhood, with postmodern philosophy as its foundation, focuses on analyzing various topics to empower women / mothers. Based on the development of motherhood studies, this paper explor...

    Column:Culture Studies   009-018   Details

  • "Employment is One Thing": The Narrative of Pineapple Economy and Ethics of Profession in Northanger Abbey

    Author:Xin Zhang

    Abstract: Jane Austen employs various narrative devices to highlight the social status and wealth of characters in Northanger Abbey. By setting up a novel narrative of pineapple economy, Austen represents the use of privilege and wealth and the ethics of the professions of the leisur...

    Column:Literature Studies   019-025   Details

  • The Fictional Documentation of Truth in A Dry White Season

    Author:Meiqin Li, Randan Zheng

    Abstract: In the context of the apartheid period in South Africa, André Brink's A Dry White Season combines fiction, real events and traumatic memories. Through fictional literary texts, this novel integrates the author’s own national memory with the archival memory of official history. Brink, in this documentary novel, represent...

    Column:Literature Studies   026-036   Details

  • Philip Roth's View of Death

    Author:Wenyu Xie, Rou Li

    Abstract: In his later works, Philip Roth shows his preference for the theme of death, which is closely related to his cultural background and personal experience. His deep thinking about death is similar to that of Ernest Becker, an American cultural anthropologist. They both believe that death is inevitable. People generally feel fear when facing death and re...

    Column:Literature Studies   037-046   Details

  • The Narrative Modes in The Buddha in the Attic

    Author:Li Zhang, Yan Zhang

    Abstract: The Japanese-American writer Julie Otsuka's The Buddha in the Attic tells the story of the first generation of Japanese-American female emigrants who went to the United States as picture brides and were forced to move into detention camps during World War II. The multiple narrative modes in the novel enhance the literary artistry an...

    Column:Literature Studies   047-058   Details

  • The Secluded Feelings in Tansou Hirose's Kanshi

    Author:Man Li

    Abstract: Tansou Hirose was a famous Confucianist, educator, and Kanshi poet. He devoted his entire life to education and was never a recluse. However, many of his Chinese poems reveal emotions associated with seclusion, which convey his respect for the hermits among ancient Chinese sages as well as his yearning for natural scenery and rural...

    Column:Literature Studies   059-069   Details

  • The Reform of Translation Courses for English Majors: An Ethical Study

    Author:Xiu Dong, Aihua Ding

    Abstract: Based on the courses for English majors “Translation Theory and Skills” and “A History of Translation in China and the West”, this paper analyzes the teaching modes, practical methods, and core contents of the translation courses from the perspective of ethical education. It not only describes how to enli...

    Column:Ethical Curriculum Studies   071-077   Details

  • The Construction of MTI Special Courses with Ethical Elements: A Case Study of the Course of Translation of Local Culture in Shanxi University

    Author:Yanfeng Zhang

    Abstract: The proposed MTI Special course design emphasizes three things: that the cultivation of morals and beliefs should be highlighted in the course content, that translation competence should be developed in coordination with other teaching objectives, and that translation knowledge should be imparted based on TBL (Task-Based Learning) cooperative translation practice. It is hoped that ...

    Column:Ethical Curriculum Studies   078-085   Details

  • The Working Path Study on Integrating the "Four Types of History" Education into the Ethically-Oriented Translation Course

    Author:Danghua Xia, Qunhui Huang

    Abstract: The "Four Types of History" Education plays an important part in learning and practice in Xi Jinping’s Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, and in the ethically-oriented course teaching. Based on the Chinese-English translat...

    Column:Ethical Curriculum Studies   086-093   Details

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