In their article "The Futures of Comparative Literature Envisioned by Chinese Comparatists" Sheng Meng and Yue Chen discuss the future of Comparative Literature from the perspective of Chinese comparatists. They argue that in response to the latest rhetoric around the crisis and death of Comparative Literature as a discipline, Chinese comparatists have fallen into four major representative groups. While the first one advocates restoring of international literary relations study of the French School, the second and the third camp see the future of the discipline lying in both the turn to translation and world literature respectively. However, the most ambitious is the Chinese School that propose an independent path of academic innovation from the Western theoretical framework. They believe all these thoughts will help shape the future of Comparative Literature both in China and around the world.
"The Futures of Comparative Literature Envisioned by Chinese Comparatists."
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