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Diacronia 2, July 17, 2015, A22 (1–14)doi:10.17684/i2A22en

Inserts and omissions in the Calvinist Catechism printed in 1648

Enikő Pál

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Faculty of Economic and Human Sciences, Sapientia University, Piața Libertății 1, 530104 Miercurea Ciuc, Romania

History

Received March 17, 2015
Accepted March 29, 2015
Published July 17, 2015

Key words

biblical text
translation
comparative analysis
philology
diachrony

Abstract

The present paper aims to contribute to researches on old Romanian translations, examined from the perspective of translation studies. In this respect, the pursued objective is to set up a typology of inserts and omissions found in the Romanian translation of the catechism printed in 1648, taking into account the main causes which generated them. Thus, applying the methods and tools characteristic for comparative analysis, we shall present the contexts in which the Romanian translation deviates from one of its sources or from both of them, focusing on the reasons which could have determined the translator’s options to insert or, on the contrary, to omit certain linguistic units. In the text chosen for analysis, the status of inserts and omissions varies from case to case, but, taken all together, they may be grouped into two main classes reflecting two different levels of translation achievement: the level of creation and the level of imitation respectively.

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    Text:Pál, E. (2015). Inserts and omissions in the Calvinist Catechism printed in 1648, Diacronia 2 (July 17), A22 (1–14), http://dx.doi.org/10.17684/i2A22en
    BibTeX:@ARTICLE{pal2015,
     author = {Enikő Pál},
     title = {Inserts and omissions in the Calvinist Catechism printed in 1648},
     journal = {Diacronia},
     ISSN = {2393-1140},
     year = {2015},
     month = {July},
     number = {2},
     eid = {A22},
     doi = {10.17684/i2A22en},
     pages = "(1–14)",
     url = {http://www.diacronia.ro/journal/issue/2/A22/en}
    }

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