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The works of V.M. Shukshin in China: history of translations and creativity reception

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We consider the history of translations and publications of V.M. Shukshin in China on the data first systematization basis on the publication of translations of the writer’s works into Chinese. The periodization of the reception of his work in the PRC is proposed, the reasons for the translations of V.M. Shukshin in China. The purpose of the study is a translations history systematic analysis of works by V.M. Shukshin in China, as well as determining the status and writer’s works role translated into Chinese in modern Chinese literature. For this purpose, we collect translations of the works of V.M. Shukshin into Chinese and the translator’s assessment of V.M. Shukshin. The sociological, cultural-historical method and statistical data are used, diagrams and tables are given to clearly and in detail show the translation of the works of V.M. Shukshin into Chinese. From these diagrams and tables one can see the translation of V.M. Shukshin in China and the perception specific process. The analysis results the show that the works of V.M. Shukshin were widely translated in China, and not only stories, but also screenplays and some of his journalistic articles were published in Chinese, works that are popular with Chinese readers and scholars. V.M. Shukshin is known in China as a writer, producer and actor. The results of this study can be practically useful for further research in China on the work of V.M. Shukshin and Russian literature in general.

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V.M. Shukshin, history of translation, reception of Russian literature in China, Chinese-Russian relations

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DOI

10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-3-583-595

UDC

821.161.1

Pages

583-595

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Received

2023-02-13

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Russian literature and literature of peoples of russian federation

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