1. Introduction: The Interactive Relations Between Science and Technology and Literary Studies
  2. Ning Wang
  3. pp. 585-594
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  1. Digital Humanities Approach to Comparative Literature: Opportunities and Challenges
  2. Qinglong Peng
  3. pp. 595-610
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  1. Biotechnology and the Socioeconomic Forms in Chinese Science Fiction
  2. Li Zou
  3. pp. 611-625
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  1. Translating Forensic Science in Detective Stories in Early Hong Kong Chinese Newspapers
  2. Bo Li
  3. pp. 626-639
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  1. Digital Humanities Approaches to Literary Translation
  2. Yifeng Sun, Dechao Li
  3. pp. 640-654
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  1. Ecotech, Alienation, and Science Realism in the Chinese Cyborg Novel Waste Tide
  2. Yuqin Jiang
  3. pp. 655-669
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  1. The Dual Alienation in Waste Tide
  2. Yuanyuan Hua
  3. pp. 670-685
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  1. The Alienation of Spaces in Future China: The Case of Hao Jingfang's Folding Beijing
  2. Wang Liao
  3. pp. 686-701
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  1. Sci-Fi Realism and the Allegory of Dystopia: With Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go as an Example
  2. Wei Lu
  3. pp. 702-714
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  1. The Dystopian Discourse of "Success but a Failure" Between Science and Ethics in the Korean Science Story "Dr. K's Research"
  2. Yuming Piao
  3. pp. 715-727
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  1. Evolution, Machine, and Humanity: Rereading Samuel Butler from a Posthuman Perspective
  2. Mingming Su, Bing Jin
  3. pp. 728-743
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  1. From Nature to Humanity: Renaissance of Chinese Cosmology and Technology in Ken Liu's The Grace of Kings
  2. Yang Mu
  3. pp. 744-757
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  1. Contra Instrumentalism: A Translation Polemic by Lawrence Venuti (review)
  2. Alla Perminova, Michael M. Naydan
  3. pp. 758-763
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  1. Literature: An Introduction to Theory and Analysis by Mads Rosendahl Thomsen et al. (review)
  2. Xiaoxia Lin
  3. pp. 763-767
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  1. Samuel Beckett's How It Is: Philosophy in Translation by Anthony Cordingley (review)
  2. Andre Furlani
  3. pp. 767-770
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  1. Imagining World Order: Literature and International Law in Early Modern Europe, 1500–1800 by Chenxi Tang (review)
  2. Peter A. Coclanis
  3. pp. 770-772
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  1. Catastrophizing: Materialism and the Making of Disaster by Gerard Passannante (review)
  2. Cassandra Gorman
  3. pp. 772-776
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  1. Literary Narratives and the Cultural Imagination: King Arthur and Don Quixote as National Heroes by María Odette Canivell Arzú (review)
  2. Robert Bayliss
  3. pp. 776-779
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  1. A Theory of the Aphorism: From Confucius to Twitter by Andrew Hui (review)
  2. Andrew Houwen
  3. pp. 779-782
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  1. Domestications: American Empire, Literary Culture, and the Postcolonial Lens by Hosam Aboul-Ela (review)
  2. Ira Dworkin
  3. pp. 782-786
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