Author Henningsen, Lena
Title Copyright matters : imitation, creativity and authenticity in contemporary Chinese literature / Lena Henningsen
Imprint Berlin : BWV, Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, c2010
book jacket
1 copy ordered for Chinese Lit.&Phi. Lib. on 06-04-2012.
Descript 279 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-276) and index
Based on author's thesis (doctoral)--Universita⁚t Heidelberg, 2008
Prologue: To steal, or not to steal, that is the question -- Introduction: Copyright in China and "the West" : textual appropriation or intertextuality? -- What is a plagiarist? : Guo Jingming, convicted plagiarist -- To steal a book might not be an elegant offense : Han Han, victim of plagiarism -- Dances with commercialism : innovation or imitation of the bestseller Wolf's Totem? -- The politics of fakery : Harry Potter between fake and fan fiction -- The work of academic writing in the age of digital reproduction : discussions of academic plagiarism on the Chinese Internet -- Copyright matters! Authenticity and authority in contemporary Chinese writing
Subject Copyright -- China
Publishers and publishing -- China
Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Plagiarism -- China
Authenticity (Philosophy) in literature
Imitation in literature