The practices of literary translation : constraints and creativity

edited by Jean Boase-Beier and Michael Holman

In their introduction to this collection of essays, the editors argue that constraints can be seen as a source of literary creativity, and given that translation is even more constrained than 'original' literary production, it thus has the potential to be even more creative too. The ten essays that follow outline ways in which translators and translations are constrained by poetic form, personal histories, state control, public morality, and the non-availability of comparable target language subcodes, and how translator creativity may-or may not-overcome these constraints. Topics covered are: Baudelaire's translation practices; bowdlerism in translations of Voltaire, Boccaccio and Shakespeare, among others; Leyris's translations of Gerard Manley Hopkins; ideology in English-Arabic translation; the translation of censored Greek poet Rhea Galanaki; theatre translation; Nabokov and translation; gay translation; Moratin's translation of Hamlet; and state control of translation production in Nazi Germany. The essays are mostly highly readable, and often entertaining.

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書名 The practices of literary translation : constraints and creativity
著作者等 Boase-Beier, Jean
Holman, Michael
出版元 St. Jerome
刊行年月 1998, c1999
ページ数 173 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 1900650193
NCID BA43420340
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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