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Name: CHEN Lizhen

Title: Associate Professor of English

Address: Room 611, Building 19, Cangqian Campus, Hangzhou Normal University, Yuhang District, Hangzhou 311121

Phone number: 13968129656

Email: chenleezhen@163.com

Ph.D., English Language and Literature, Peking University, 2011

M.A., English Language and Literature, Zhejiang University, 2005
B.A., English Language and Literature, Gannan Normal University, 2002

My research interests focus on the English novel, narrative, ethical literary criticism, Ezra Pound and American Modernism.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

Monographs

(1) Victorianism in the Novels of Elizabeth Gaskell, Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2015.

(2) Ezra Pound and Chinese Talents, Beijing: Central Compilation and Translation Press, 2015 (co-authors: Qian Zhaoming, Ou Rong, Guan Nanyi, Ye Lei).

Book Chapter

“Narrating Desire: Secrets and Disillusion in Cousin Phillis” in Evil and Its Variations in the Works of Elizabeth Gaskell. Ed. Mitsuharu Matsuoka. Osaka: Osaka Kyoiku Tosho, 2015. 345-359.

Articles

(1) “Culture, Property and Social Mobility: Critique of the Notion of Wealth in Great Expectations.” Foreign Literature Studies 37.1 (2015) 148-156.

(2) “Metaphors of the Plague: Critique of Liberalism in Ruth.” Foreign Literatures 34.3 (2014)127-135.

(3) “Literary Interpretation and Ethical System: A Review of On Alexander Pope’s Poetry in the Context of the Academic History of China.” Foreign Literature Studies 35.6 (2013)159-162.

(4) “Reshaping Order in Culture: The Trend of Anti-Romanticism in Ruth.” Foreign Literatures 41.6(2013) 48-55. Reprinted in Foreign Literature [Information Center for Social Sciences] 3(2014) 18-24.

(5) “The Logic of Gender Politics in North and South: Functional Characters and the Making of New Space for Women.” Foreign Literatures 32.3 (2012)129-137.

(6) “Gaskell Studies: Recent Developments in the 21st Century.” Contemporary Foreign Literature 33.3 (2012) 155-163.

(7) “Panopticon Built with the Eye: The Moral Exorcism in Wives and Daughters.” Foreign Literature Review 26.1 (2012) 56-66.

(8) “Sexual Politics in the Separation of Social Space: the Ideological Traps behind Gender in North and South.” Foreign Literature Studies 33.6 (2011)146-152.

(9) “Rupture Between Discourse and Story in Cranford.” Foreign Literatures 39.2 (2011) 70-77. Reprinted in Narrative Series, eds. Fu Xiuyan and Long Diyong, Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2002, 313-326.

(10) “‘Elegant Economy’ in Cranford.” Foreign Literature Review 25.1 (2012) 21-33. Reprinted in Foreign Literature [Information Center for Social Sciences] 7 (2011) 35-42.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES: Comprehensive English; British and American Literature

GRADUATE COURSES: Western Literary Theories in the 20th Century; The Modern British Novel

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