W&L Dept. of East Asian Languages and Literatures
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This capstone project undertook the task of translating a portion of Ru Zhijuan’s short story, “Lilies.” Ru Zhijuan, despite being one of only a small handful of female writers in 20th century China, is regarded as one of ...