The December issue of Chung Wai Literary Quarterly–Reimagining Green: Special Issue for the 43rd National Conference on Comparative Literature–has been released.

2022-12-29

The December issue of Chung Wai Literary Quarterly--Reimagining Green: Special Issue for the 43rd National Conference on Comparative Literature--has been released.

Contents

■ Reimagining Green: Special Issue for the 43rd National Conference on Comparative Literature
Guest Editors: Laurie Jui-Hua Tseng and Nai-nu Yang

Introduction
Laurie Jui-Hua Tseng and Nai-nu Yang

The Interplay of Color and Space in Federico García Lorca’s Canciones
Nanyu Chen

The Transformation and Imagination of Green: The Metaphors of Color in Lorca’s and Dickinson’s Writings
Shiau-Ting Hung

Traumatic and Creative Memories in Wu Ming-Yi’s The Man with the Compound Eyes
Catherine Ju-yu Cheng

Ecological Ethics: Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s Concept of Flesh and Holmes Rolston III’s Systemic Value
Su-chen Wu

■ Invited Forum

The Present and Future of Comparative Literature in Taiwan: A Special Forum for the 44th National Conference on Comparative Literature
Sun-chieh Liang (ed.), Te-hsing Shan, Jiann-guang Lin, Yen-bin Chiou, Laurie Jui-Hua Tseng, Shih-Yen Huang, Chingshun J. Sheu, Brena Yu-Chen Tai

■ Invited Interview

A Missionary of Comparative Literature: An Interview with Professor John J. Deeney
John J. Deeney, Te-hsing Shan, and Chih-ming Wang

Chung Wai Book Review

The Dilemma of the Digital Pharmakon: A Review of The Neganthropocene
Chun-yen Chen

Translingual Cleavages and Reconciliations: A Review of Tiphaine Samoyault’s Traduction et Violence
Kai Hong Ng