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Author Eoyang, Eugene Chen.

Title Two-way mirrors : cross-cultural studies in glocalization / Eugene Chen Eoyang.

Published Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, 2007.

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 UniM Bail  809.9113 EOYA    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 219 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [199]-206) and index.
Contents Polar Paradigms -- 1. The Faces of Janus: Chinese-Western Literary Relations -- 2. Thinking Comparatively: Orienting the West and Occidenting the East -- 3. Canon Fodder: The Challenge of Non-Western Literatures -- 4. Agon vs. Ritual: East-West Perspectives -- 5. The Ethics and Aesthetics of Literature: A Comparative Perspective -- Postmodern Perspectives -- 6. Being Familiar and Being Strange: The Subjective Experience of Globalization -- 7. Postmodernism and Traditional East Asian Literature -- 8. The Modern and the Postmodern: A Cross-Cultural Perspective -- 9. The Advent of the Traditional Future: Global Imaginaries -- 10. History, Herstory, Theirstory, Ourstory: Gender, Genre, and Cultural Bias in Accounts of East Asian Literature -- The Globalization/Glocalization of Knowledge -- 11. The Globalization of Knowledge: Comparative Literature as Interdisciplinary and Multilingual Discourse -- 12. The Glocalization of Knowledge: The Ends of the Earth or the Edge of Heaven -- App. Transliteration Guide -- App. Select Bibliography.
Summary "Two-Way Mirrors engages in cross-cultural study - a pursuit inherently both reflective and reflexive, shedding light not only on the object of study but also on the subject conducting the study. In the first section, Eugene Chen Eoyang shows the different and oppositional premises in Eastern and Western poetic juxtaposed not as contradictory, requiring an either/or option, but as complementary, allowing for a mutual illumination of values. Eoyang then moves on to confront the question of globalization and postmodernism bidirectionally, from an Asian perspective as well as a Western one. The last section considers the cross-cultural dynamics, as well as the ironies of center and periphery, in the globalization and glocalization of knowledge."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Literature, Comparative -- Chinese and Western.
Literature, Comparative -- Western and Chinese.
Literature, Comparative -- East Asian and Western.
Literature, Comparative -- Western and East Asian.
Literature -- Cross-cultural studies.
Literature and globalization.
Postmodernism (Literature)
ISBN 9780739105009 (cased : alk. paper)
0739105000 (cased : alk. paper)