Translation as Text

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Kent State University Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 169 pages
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An extensively revised and augmented version of Text and Translation first published in German in 1985 and used as a reference for advanced classes in translation in Germany and other countries. Describes translation studies as the empirical study of the relationship among the translator, the process of translation, and the text. Clarifies the theoretical position and methodological assumptions that were only implicit in the first edition. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

Translation Text Translation Studies
1
Unity and Difference in Translation Studies
7
Knowledge and Process
36
Textuality
69
Translation as Result
124
Macrostructures and Macrorules 737
137
An Epilogue
146
References 759
159
Index
166

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