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Dictionary of Translation Studies

Format: Paperback
Publisher: St Jerome Publishing, Manchester, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Apr 1997
Dimensions: w 138mm h 216mm d 20mm
Weight: 330g
ISBN-10: 1900650037
ISBN-13: 9781900650038
Barcode No: 9781900650038
Synopsis
Published at a time of unprecedented growth of interest in translation, the Dictionary of Translation Studies aims to present the insights of a number of different approaches to translation in an unbiased, non-partisan way. With more than 300 articles, this essential volume provides the reader with a snapshot of a rapidly developing discipline, based on work produced in serveral languages. With a clear, easy-to-follow layout, the Dictionary provides a comprehensive and highly accessible survey of key terms and concepts (such as Abusive Translation, Equivalence, Informationsangebot, Minimax Principle, Texteme and Thick Translation), types of activity (Autotranslation, Dubbing, Signed Language Interpreting), and schools and approaches (Leipzig School, Manipulation School, Nitra School). Each term is presented within the context in which it first occurred and is given a definition which is both clear and informative. Major entries include a discussion of relevant viewpoints as well as comments on how the usage and application of the term have developed subsequent to its coining. In addition, all entries provide suggestions for further reading, and there is an extensive bibliography included at the end. This is an indispensable tool for anyone studying or teaching translation at university level.

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I dare to predict that this book will be a best-seller and I wish I had thought of it myself. ... congratulations to the authors and publishers for being first in the field with a project of this kind. (Andrew Chesterman, Target) If I had to sum the book in a single word it is the adjective ... scrupulous. (W. Sim, Language Today)