A CORPUS-BASED QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SEVEN ENGLISH VERSIONS OF "SHU DAO NAN" CONCERNING THE HARMONY-GUIDED THREE-LEVEL POETRY TRANSLATION CRITERIA

Ying Ting, Wang Feng

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This paper makes a comparative study of seven English versions of "Shu Dao Nan" at the lexical, syntactic and textual levels. It carries out an objective quantitative study on the theory, Harmony-Guided Three-Level Poetry Translation Criteria -- "Harmony-Resemblance in Style, Sense and Poetic Conception-Eight Beauties" criteria, to reveal the styles of different translated versions and to provide reference and inspiration for the comparative study of poetry translation.

 

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corpus, harmony-guided three-level poetry translation criteria, Shu Dao Nan, Li Bai

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v5i4.889

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