Haun Saussy

Haun Saussy, born in 1960, is University Professor at the University of Chicago, where his courses range among classical Chinese literature, comparative poetics, translation, and the history of knowledge. His books include The Problem of a Chinese Aesthetic (1993), Great Walls of Discourse (2001), The Ethnography of Rhythm (2016), and Translation as Citation (2018) for which he received the American Comparative Literature Association's Wellek Prize in 2018.

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Are We Comparing Yet?
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Are We Comparing Yet?

On Standards, Justice, and Incomparability

Whether scandalous, forbidden, obligatory, deceptive or enlightening – comparisons are everywhere, and this book goes to the root of their persuasion.

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