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English citations of ethnocentricity

  • 1994, Eoyang, Eugene Chen, “The Many “Worlds” of World Literature: Pound and Waley as Translators of Chinese”, in Lawall, Sarah, editor, Reading World Literature: Theory, History, Practice[1], University of Texas Press, ISBN 9780292746794, OL 10293922M, page 241:
    But it would be an ethnocentricity—familiar in Anglophone, Francophone, Sinophone, or Japanophone mindsets—to think that the only worthwhile works in other languages are those that have been translated into our own.