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This varied collection of essays represents the differing strands of work currently being undertaken in the exciting new field of Translation Studies and reflects a shift of emphasis away from a...

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Original Title
Translation, History & Culture
ISBN13
9780861871001
Edition Format
Unknown Binding
Number of Pages
133 pages
Book Language
English
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This varied collection of essays represents the differing strands of work currently being undertaken in the exciting new field of Translation Studies and reflects a shift of emphasis away from a more descriptive form of translation towards the idea that translation occupies a seminal position in the devlopment of culture. Susan Bassnett is Director of the Centre for British This varied collection of essays represents the differing strands of work currently being undertaken in the exciting new field of Translation Studies and reflects a shift of emphasis away from a more descriptive form of translation towards the idea that translation occupies a seminal position in the devlopment of culture. Susan Bassnett is Director of the Centre for British Comparative Cultural Studies at the University of Warwick.

Andre Lefevere is Professor of Germanic Philology at the University of Texas at Austin.

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