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Volume 41, Number 1, March 2012

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Cambridge English and China: A Conversation

Editorial Foreword

pp. 1-3

Cambridge Critics and China: An Introduction

pp. 4-25

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson and the King’s College Mandarins

pp. 26-42

Government and Poetry

pp. 43-65

I. A. Richards and Wu Mi: Basic English, Vernacular Chinese, and Chung Yung

pp. 66-81

From the Outside Looking In: English, the Muse’s Language in a Non-English Culture

pp. 82-92

War Lords in the Republic of Letters: Empson and Richards among the Mandarins

pp. 93-110

The One-Way Model of Cultural Interaction: Literary Interactions between China and Cambridge

pp. 111-127

‘Self’ in F. R. Leavis and its Significance for Chinese Literature

pp. 128-145

‘Vigilance’ and the Ethics of Cross-Cultural Reading

pp. 146-162

Space, Cultural Materialism and Structure of Feeling: Reflections on the Chinese Reception of Raymond Williams

pp. 163-179

Reactualising the Unfigurable: Difficulty and Resistance in Translating J. H. Prynne

pp. 180-196

Introduction to Prynne’s Poems in Chinese

pp. 197-207

Notes on Contributors

pp. 1-2

Research Areas


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