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AbstractMedia plays a central role in regulating the flow of information and informing the public of what happens in the world, particularly in the cases where the audience does not possess direct knowledge of the truth of what is happening. As such, media (and particularly translation) is a...
AbstractAs a renowned poet and translator of China in the 1930s, Dai Wang-Shu (戴望舒) is particularly reputed for his Chinese translation of French poets. Among them, Paul Verlaine, celebrated French symbolist poet, is claimed by literary critics to have found his genuine poetic echo in Dai’s...
AbstractLiterary translation is a gateway to bringing in unity amid diversity in literature. There are many prominent literary voices in different cultures and communities who deserve space, attention and recognition in world literature. Literary translation plays an important part in making the...
AbstractThe existing English scholarship tends to regard Zheng Zhenduo’s achievement primarily as his introduction and theorization of world literature in modern China. Centering on the case study of Zheng Zhenduo’s translation of Reynard the Fox (1925), however, the present paper seeks to tell...
AbstractOne way of transferring the culture and identity of a nation is through book illustrations as a kind of intersemiotic translation. Omar Khayyam is an Iranian poet whose fame, thanks to FitzGerald, is now worldwide. Khayyam’s works have been translated to many languages and even some...
AbstractUncovering sources on topics of criminality such as piracy without the filters of colonial governments written in Bahasa Melayu from before the twentieth century remains particularly difficult. These are English language translations of letters originally in Malay mentioning piracy. The...
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