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Preface Acknowledgments 1. Literature and Religion 2. New Gods and Old Order: Tragic Theology in Prometheus Bound 3. Life in the Garden: Freedom and the Image of God in Paradise Lost 4. The Order of Temptations in Paradise Regained: Implications for Christology 5. Problems and Prospects in Chinese-Western Literary Relations 6. Narrative Structure and the Problem of Chapter Nine in the Xiyouji 7. Two Literary Examples of Religious Pilgrimage: The Commedia and The Journey to the West 8. Religion and Literature in China: The Obscure Way of The Journey to the West 9. The Real Tripitaka Revisited: International Religion and National Politics 10. Rest, Rest, Perturbed Spirit! : Ghosts in Traditional Chinese Prose Fiction 11. Cratylus and the Xunzi on Names 12. Reading the Daodejing: Ethics and Politics of the Rhetoric 13. Altered Accents: A Comparative View of Liberal Education 14. Readability: Religion and the Reception of Translation 15. Enduring Change: Confucianism and the Prospect of Human Rights 16. China and the Problem of Human Rights: Ancient Verities and Modern Realities Index
Anthony C. Yu is Carl Darling Buck Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus in the Humanities and professor emeritus of religion and literature in the Divinity School at the University of Chicago. A native of Hong Kong, He received his doctorate at The University of Chicago and held concurrent faculty appointments in the departments of East Asian languages and civilizations, English, and comparative literature, and on The Committee on Social Thought. Best known for his complete, annotated translation of The Journey to the West , Yu has also published Rereading the Stone: Desire and the Making of Fiction in Dream of the Red Chamber and State and Religion in China: Historical and Textual Perspectives . A revised, abridged version of The Journey to the West was published in 2006 as The Monkey and the Monk .