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Literary Meaning in Prose Translation: A Case Study on Edgar Allan Poe’s The Oval Portrait

Publicația: Language and Literature – European Landmarks of Identity, 1, p. 399
Editura:Universitatea din Pitești
Rezumat:Since our interest lies on the one hand in the semiosis of reading and literary meaning as well as in the way in which they contribute to the translation process from a theoretical point of view, and on the other hand in pointing out the sine-qua-non character of the reading-interpretation stages of literary prose translation, in our paper we aim at making a socio-semiotic translation-oriented approach to Edgar Allan Poe’s The Oval Portrait by means of Nida’s three levels of interpretation, i.e. the immediate understanding and evaluation of a discourse piece without any act of reflection, the analytic study of the text, of its structure and of its socio-cultural context, and, finally, the interpretative level reached only when the symbolic significance of the text is rightly comprehended. Our study also analyses the way in which the findings of the three levels of interpretation are present in the TL translation by Mihu Dragomir and Constantin Vonghizas.
Cuvinte-cheie:literary meaning, prose translation, levels of interpretation
Limba: engleză

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32Eugene A. Nida, Charles N. TaberThe Theory and Practice of TranslationE.J. Brill1969

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