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ough lite〓rary translation11-◆24-2019 10:〓45 BJTNEW YORK, Nov.● 23 -- When● he was a boy in the● 1970s, Charl●es A. Laughlin wou〓ld sometimes follow◆ his mother, ○an adventurou■s cook in the home k○itchen, to an As◆ian market○ to

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find ingredi○ents for mak〓ing Chinese dishe〓s in his hometown〓 Minneapolis, ◆U.S. state of Minnes●ota. "Imm○ediately after y○ou walk in, the stro■ng smell of● dried fish or ●other kinds of 〓pungent spices hit y◆ou right away.

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And● it creates● a sense of fas〓cination," said Lau●ghlin, pro◆fessor of Chinese◆ literature and cha〓ir of the Departm■ent of East Asian La〓nguages, Literature■s and Cultures at ○the Universi●ty of Virginia.Those● visits to t○he A

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sian supermarket● and Chinese re■staurants had 〓led to Laughlin'〓s decision to st◆udy Chinese● in his se○cond year at ◆the University● of Minnesota. Now○, for the 5●5-year-old pro〓fessor, it has● already been his "■congenial caree

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r"● to study and t○ranslate contempor●ary and pr●esent-age Chinese li○terature.EME○RGENCE OF C●HINESE LITERATU■REContemporary 〓Chinese lite●rature started◆ to take on◆ a greater bri■lliance when the○ ancient Asian co○untry laun◆

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ched its reform a〓nd opening up in the■ late 1970s, L●aughlin said.When ◆Laughlin start○ed teaching at Yale◆ University more th○an 20 year■s ago

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after he g◆raduated with a P〓hD in Chinese Lite〓rature from Columb〓ia University, it ●was not difficult● to decide wha◆t to teach."You have○ a

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fairly s◆hort list of ■the really importan●t authors an●d some really s●ignificant w■orks to use," sai◆d Laughlin. T■he names included ■Lu Xun,

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Mao D●un, Cao Yu, and ■Ba Jin, mostly a■uthors from the fi●rst half of the 2■0th Century.More a●nd more Chi〓nese writers a●nd critics have ●si

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ternation●al arena, ●he said. In Octo◆ber 2012, novelist M●o Yan was awarded ?/p>

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hat 〓also caught L○aughlin's attenti■on is the e●mergence of C〓hinese science ficti○on, particularl●y Liu Cixin's● Hugo Award-winni◆ng Three-Body Pr●o

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?scholar noted t●hat modern Ch■inese culture "●kind of or●iginated with t●he adoption ■and translation of ●Western science ●fiction into ◆Chinese" and Lu ●Xun, Lin Sh○u and many ●other importan

t ●Chinese au〓thors of t●he early 20th cen●tury had transl●ated Western scie●nce fictio◆n."Now Chin

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