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By Huasheng Liang

ISBN-10: 7500101570

ISBN-13: 9787500101574

In diesem W?rterbuch wurden Nomen, Verben, Adjektive, zusammengesetzte W?rter, kurze gebr?uchliche S?tze sowie Wendungen aus den wirtschaftlichen und rechtlichen Gebieten, z.B. Wirtschaftsverwaltung, Betriebsf?hrung, internationaler Handel und Technologietransfer, Betriebsbuchf?hrung, financial institution- und Finanzwesen, Versicherungswesen, Steuerwesen, einschliesslich der damit zusammenh?ngenden W?rter m?glichst systematisch aufgenommen. Das W?rterbuch enth?lt insgesamt mehr als 58'000 Ausdr?cke. VorwortWort und Schrift zu verstehen, waren und sind entscheidende Grundlagen, um einander kennen zu lernen, um zusammenzuarbeiten und wirtschaftliche Erfolge zu erreichen. Gerade im ?konomischen Bereich, in dem zahllose und vielfache menschliche Beziehungen entstehen und gepflegt werden, geht es darum, durch die Sprache Vorstellungen, Entwicklungen, aber auch Probleme und Schwierigkeiten absch?tzen und ermessen zu k?nnen.Insofern ist es ganz besonders wichtig, dass sprachliche Hemmnisse beseitigt und Br?cken zum Verst?ndnis gebaut werden. Das vorliegende Buch dient einer solchen Aufgabensetzung. Der Autor, Herr Direktor Liang Huasheng, hat sich mit dem vorliegenden W?rterbuch ein grosses Ziel gestellt. Aufgrund seiner Kenntnisse von Deutschland und vor allem der deutschen Sprache, battle es ihm m?glich, w?hrend seines Studiums an der Universit?t Mannheim die ausserordentlich umfangreiche Arbeit in Angriff zu nehmen. Ich habe seine Fortschritte bei der Fertigstellung des Manuskriptes f?r dieses W?rterbuch mit Aufmerksamkeit verfolgt. 58'000 Ausdr?cke aus dem Gebiet der Wirtschaft, des Wirtschaftsrechtes, insbesondere der Betriebswirtschaft, des Handels, der Buchf?hrung sowie des Finanz- und Steuerwesens. Begr?ssenswert ist es, dass Herr Liang W?rter des internationalen Handels und des Technologietransfers, des Bankgesch?fts sowie der Versicherungen und der Gesellschaftsformen ber?cksichtigt hat. Zielgruppe:

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In the 1940s, leftist ideologues took up where Lu Xun left off, giving his realist problematic a crude and abrupt solution. When Mao Zedong and his literary cohorts asserted that literature should invitation to a beheading 25 and can openly serve political purposes, writing about reality did bring about bodily discipline or punishment. A literature almost without rupture or anxiety replaced Lu Xun’s literature of rupture and anxiety, invoking Lu Xun’s name and suppressing Lu Xun’s voice. RE-MEMBERING CHINA Shen Congwen’s references to decapitation are found in works like Wode jiaoyu (My education), “Huanghun” (Twilight), “Xin yu jiu” (The old and new), “Qian xiaojing” (Little scene in Guizhou), “Sange nanren yu yige nüren” (Three men and one woman), Congwen zizhuan (Autobiography of Congwen), and Xiangxi (West Hunan).

RE-MEMBERING CHINA Shen Congwen’s references to decapitation are found in works like Wode jiaoyu (My education), “Huanghun” (Twilight), “Xin yu jiu” (The old and new), “Qian xiaojing” (Little scene in Guizhou), “Sange nanren yu yige nüren” (Three men and one woman), Congwen zizhuan (Autobiography of Congwen), and Xiangxi (West Hunan). Decapitation is described as a common form of penalty practiced by rural authorities in late Qing and early Republican days, despite the fact that advanced penal technology was already accessible.

This belated reminiscence already partakes of a figurative meaning, dramatizing his anxiety about the primordial loss of origin—meaning and life symbolized by the head, loss symbolized by the mutilated body. His effort to retrospectively add a beginning, a head, to his literary career suggests such an anxiety. Critics like Leo Lee have pointed out that the fact that the traumatic slide has never been found suggests that Lu Xun fabricated the whole incident,15 giving allegorical form to his abstract conception.

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