Evolution and Schools of Comparative Literature Theories

Jiewen DI


This paper collects and analyzes the emergence, evolution and schools of comparative literature theories, and focuses on its definition and features in China, thus providing a reference for how to apply this theory to comparative study of domestic and overseas literature.


Comparative literature; Influence study; Parallel study; Multiculturalism context

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