Poetry Translation From the Perspective of Creative Treason: Based on the Analysis of Xu Yuanzhong’s Translation of Spring View

Jie ZHANG

Abstract


Concise and euphemistic, the poem Spring View shows the poet’s deep emotions, both for his family and motherland, possessing strong high aesthetic values. Based on the theory of creative treason, this paper focuses on the version of Xu Yuanzhong to do an analysis of creative treason in his translation process, which demonstrates positive impacts of the theory creative treason in English translation of poetry.


Keywords


Spring View; Creative treason; Xu Yuanzhong; English translation of poetry

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11763

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