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Literary Translation, Reception, and Transfer (The Many Languages of Comparative Literature; Volume 2)

by Edited by Norbert Bachleitner

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9783110641523
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3110641526
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De Gruyter, 2020. Hardbound. New Book. Hardbound. This book gathers 38 papers from a 2016 conference of the International Comparative Literature Association, held at the University of Vienna, Austria. Only 20 papers are in English; the rest are in German or French. Papers are grouped in sections on translation criticism, studies on individual authors, modes and strategies of translation, comparisons between authors, genres and motifs, transfer between literatures and digital globalization, and hybrid identities and regionalism. Some specific topics include translating Jonathan Swift, utopian impulses in the dystopian worlds of Christa Wolf and Carmen Boullosa, translations of medieval narratives in 16th-century Poland, African-American and African chick lit, and bilingual Chinese poetry. (2020 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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