An Analysis of Deviation of Conceptual and Interpersonal Meaning from the Perspective of Cognitive Narratology --A Case Study of Shapiro's Translation of Lost and Shadows on Egret Lake

Hongyu Zhu


Cognitive Naratology is a subject connecting narratology and cognitive science which puts its focus on the readers' cognitive frame and explores the relation between text hints and readers' cognition. This paper, taking cognitive narratology as the starting point and Shapiro' s translation of Lost and Shadows on Egret Lake in National Translation Program as investigated subject, makes an overall research of the deviation in conceptual meaning as well as interpersonal meaning. It also investigates the multiple factors hidden behind the phenomenon in the hope of giving some inspiration to the national translation in the trend of Chinese Literature going abroad.

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