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Un modèle pour la traduction littéraire ? Analyse du cas Rubem Fonseca

Publication: Atelier de traduction, 20, p. 57
Publisher:Editura Universităţii din Suceava
Abstract:Although the establishment of a model to literary translation is impossible, it is important to think of some elements that may be neglected when one translates a literary text. Considered as a type of rewriting, translation is able to project the image of an author and/or of (series of) works in another culture (Lefevere, 1992). It may also contribute to diversify the image of a literature (Venuti, 1998). From this perspective, this article aims to reflect on the image of an author and of his culture through questions related to Berman’s « deforming tendencies » (1999) and to the discussions about « domestication » and « foreignization ». The French translation of Rubem Fonseca’s A grande arte will be used. The language of the works of this Brazilian author is familiar, erotic and violent at the same time. This aspect supports the existence of a brutal realism in Brazilian literature.
Key words:model, literary translation, censorship
Language: French

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