Translation and Creativity: Perspectives on Creative Writing and Translation Studies

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Eugenia Loffredo, Manuela Perteghella
Bloomsbury Academic, Apr 7, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 197 pages
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Translation and Creativity discusses the links between translation and creative writing from linguistic, cultural, and critical perspectives, through eleven chapters by established academics and practitioners. The relationship between translation and creative writing is brought into focus by theoretical, pedagogical, and practical applications, complemented by language-based illustrative examples. Innovative research and practice areas covered include ideas of self-translation and the 'spaces' of reading, mental 'black boxes' and cognition and the book introduces new concepts of transgeneric translation, pop translation and orthographical translation.

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Manuela Perteghella is Lecturer in Applied Translation at London Metropolitan University, UK. Eugenia Loffredo is an Associate Tutor at the University of East Anglia, UK.

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