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  1. Domestications: American Empire, Literary Culture, and the Postcolonial Lens by Hosam Aboul-Ela (review)
  2. A Theory of the Aphorism: From Confucius to Twitter by Andrew Hui (review)
  3. Literary Narratives and the Cultural Imagination: King Arthur and Don Quixote as National Heroes by María Odette Canivell Arzú (review)
  4. Catastrophizing: Materialism and the Making of Disaster by Gerard Passannante (review)
  5. Imagining World Order: Literature and International Law in Early Modern Europe, 1500–1800 by Chenxi Tang (review)
  6. Samuel Beckett's How It Is: Philosophy in Translation by Anthony Cordingley (review)
  7. Literature: An Introduction to Theory and Analysis by Mads Rosendahl Thomsen et al. (review)
  8. Contra Instrumentalism: A Translation Polemic by Lawrence Venuti (review)
  9. From Nature to Humanity: Renaissance of Chinese Cosmology and Technology in Ken Liu's The Grace of Kings
  10. Evolution, Machine, and Humanity: Rereading Samuel Butler from a Posthuman Perspective
  11. The Dystopian Discourse of "Success but a Failure" Between Science and Ethics in the Korean Science Story "Dr. K's Research"
  12. Sci-Fi Realism and the Allegory of Dystopia: With Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go as an Example
  13. The Alienation of Spaces in Future China: The Case of Hao Jingfang's Folding Beijing
  14. The Dual Alienation in Waste Tide
  15. Ecotech, Alienation, and Science Realism in the Chinese Cyborg Novel Waste Tide
  16. Digital Humanities Approaches to Literary Translation
  17. Translating Forensic Science in Detective Stories in Early Hong Kong Chinese Newspapers
  18. Biotechnology and the Socioeconomic Forms in Chinese Science Fiction
  19. Digital Humanities Approach to Comparative Literature: Opportunities and Challenges
  20. Introduction: The Interactive Relations Between Science and Technology and Literary Studies
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