Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Arts, Design and Contemporary Education

Analysis of Legge and Pound's Versions of Shijing

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Hao Zhang
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Hao Zhang
Available Online May 2016.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icadce-16.2016.26How to use a DOI?
Keywords
principles of correspondence; Shijing translation
Abstract
As the most precious Confucius classic and core of Chinese traditional culture, Shijing has dominated Chinese ideology for thousands years with its profound historical and cultural connotation and denotation.This thesis intends to analyze James Legge and Ezra Pound's versions of Shijing from linguistic and cultural perspectives. In this thesis, Eugene Nida's principles of correspondence are adopted as theoretical support. The formal equivalence and dynamic equivalence theories are applied for detailed comparisons and analyses.
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