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Echoes Of Translation book.
Echoes Of Translation book.
Echoes of Translation: Reading between Texts. January 1998 · Translation and Literature.
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Rainer Nägele, Echoes of Translation: Reading between Texts (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997), . oogle Scholar. 40. John McCole, Walter Benjamin and the Antinomies of Tradition (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993), 29.
Rainer Nägele’s Echoes of Translation demonstrates quite the opposite perspective on Benjamin’s essay.
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Translation as a profession has to be seen as a collaborative process between translators, revisers, terminologists, often .
Translation as a profession has to be seen as a collaborative process between translators, revisers, terminologists, often writers and clients (literary works have to be checked by a second native TL reviser and desirably a native SL speaker), where one works towards a general agreement. Nevertheless, finally, only one person can be responsible for one piece or section of translation; it must have the stamp of one style.
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This book attempts to bring some coherence to a highly interdisciplinary area of translation studies, situating different views and approaches to style within general trends in linguistics and literary criticism and assessing their place in translation studies itself
This book attempts to bring some coherence to a highly interdisciplinary area of translation studies, situating different views and approaches to style within general trends in linguistics and literary criticism and assessing their place in translation studies itself.
"What does it mean to read between the texts? In a certain sense we always read, when we read, 'between' (the lines, for example), because reading always involves a space of presentation where the figures gesture to each other in configurations and constellations that present more than any single figure means. But the structure of the space between the figures, which is determined by them and determines them, is shaped in more particular ways than by the mere universal differential relation of all signs."--from the Introduction
In a series of readings of Sophocles, Hölderlin, Baudelaire, Nietzsche, and Benjamin, Rainer Nägele investigates the extraordinary territory that lies not merely between texts but also between languages--in translations. This space between texts and langauges is approached in the figure of the echo. It is the figure of a transmission through and with the help of resistance. It is a complex figure that cannot be reduced to the simple repetition of a stable entity or origin. And yet, Nägele argues, it is in this "echo chamber" of resonances that history in all its concreteness has its place and becomes readable.
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