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Name:Liu Jialin
Title:Professor
Email:leoliu65@sjtu.edu.cn
Research Expertise:Comparative Literature, Life Writing, Translation
Courses:Introduction to Comparative Literature, Western Literature
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(1). Major Published Papers

1. Attempts to Get Out of the Historical Tragedy--a Brief Analysis on Gregori in And Quite flows the Don, Contemporary Foreign Literature, the forth issue of 1991. (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the forth issue of 1991)

2. On Harmonious Existence and Disintegration of Belo’s Ordinary Person's trivial matters, Journal of Yangzhou University, the forth issue of 1992. (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the second issue of 1993)

3. Guidance of the inner world—studies of Celebrity preach by Romain Rolland, Journal of Yangzhou University, the third issue of 1995.

4. Imitations and Reflections—the Evaluation of Lu Yao by Acceptance from Plain to Prairie of Аnton Chekhov, Journal of Nanjing University, the second issue of 1996.

5. On the theme of Vladimir Nabokov’s novels, Journal of Yangzhou University, the first issue of 1997. (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the seventh issue of 1997)

6. ABSENCE AND PRESENCE: Reconstruction and Research of the Interpretative History of Anna Karenina, Comparative Literature in China, the third issue of 1997. (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the ninth issue of 1997)

7. Comparative Literature in China, the first author, Journal of Yangzhou University, the forth issue of 1998.

8. Who else is Lord Byron, WENYI BAO, July 4th, 2000.

9. The Understanding of the Intellectual, DUSHU, the first issue of 2001.

10. The Rose in Flame---A Reading of The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco, Contemporary Foreign Literature, the second issue of 2001.

11. V. Nabokov versus Don Quixote, Foreign Literature Review, the forth issue of 2001. (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the forth issue of 2002).

12. Time and the Narrative Strategy of Modern Autobiography, Journal of Yangzhou University (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition), the fifth issue of 2001; extracted by China University Academic Abstract, the first issue of 2002.(the ninth volume)

13. A Second Image of Gogol:A Comment on Nabokov's Nikolai Gogol, Journal of Yangzhou University (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition), the third issue of 2002. (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the ninth issue of 2002)

14. A Commentary on the Literary Criticism and Translation of Nabokov's Works, Foreign Literature Review, the second issue of 2004 (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the forth issue of 2002).

15. Love is the Sole of Lifestyle, Translations, the forth issue of 2005.

16. On Nabokov's Concept of Literature, Foreign Literatures, the first issue of 2006. (The full text is reprinted on Material in the Copy Press from Renmin University, the sixth issue of 2006)

17. Clues in the Era of Scientific and Technological Clone, Foreign Literatures, Translations, the third issue of 2006

18. The Awakening of Arts’ Memories of Shanghai Jiaotong University, Daxue Renwen, the forth editon.

19. Fan Cunzhon-the Whole Life in the Unversity as ean Expert in English Language and Literature, Chunfeng Taoli of Shanghai Jiaotong University Press, 2006.

20. The Reflections of Vladimir Nabokov’s Life in His Novels, China Book Review, the first issue of 2010.

21. Vladimir Nabokov and Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky, Foreign Literature Review, the second issue of 2010.

22. Vladimir Nabokov’s Life in America-Individualized and Non-individualized, China Book Review, the fifth issue of 2011.

23. You are the Mask of Mine-the story of Vladimir Nabokov and Stacy Schiff, Shanghai Book Review of Oriental Morning Post, July 10th, 2011.

24. Reed and Singing: the theme of Aka Diaz in Vladimir Nabokov’s novels, Foreign Literature Review, the second issue of 2012.

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