Paper Republic: Chinese Literature Matters

Bridge Translations: Giving Credit where Credit is Due

By Bruce Humes, published

China-based publishers are notorious for a misleading practice: the nationality of the author — not necessarily the language of the source text — is often noted on the spine or copyright page. Thus the reader may well believe she is reading a novel translated direct from the Swahili, when the source text is actually the English rendition of a Swahili original...

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