Book Review

Die Reise in den Westen. Der Schlüssel zur “Reise in den Westen”.

Authors

  • Roland Altenburger Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25365/jeacs.2020.1.279-291

Keywords:

Journey to the West, Four classic novels, Ming novels, Wu Cheng’en, translation studies, 西遊記, 四大古典小說, 明代小說, 吳承恩, 翻譯研究, 翻譯評論

Abstract

Translation review: 

Die Reise in den Westen. Ein klassischer chinesischer Roman mit 100 Holzschnitten nach alten Ausgaben [The Journey to the West. A classic Chinese novel. With 100 wood-cuts from old editions]. Translated and commented by Eva Lüdi Kong

Der Schlüssel zur “Reise in den Westen”. Entstehung und Deutung des Romans [The Key to the Journey to the West. Origins and interpretation of the novel]. Translated and edited by Eva Lüdi Kong

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Published

2021-03-07

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Translation Reviews