Critical translation studies

@article{Evans2017CriticalTS,
  title={Critical translation studies},
  author={Jonathan Evans},
  journal={Perspectives},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={675 - 677}
}
made several translations himself, but also contributed to a book on the subject (Opera in English, The Bodley Head, 1946); Dent elicits from Apter and Herman only a dismissive reference to one of his early Mozart translations. Above all, English National Opera (ENO) and its predecessor, Sadler’s Wells Opera, have a fine tradition of opera in English dating back to the 1930s, with comprehensible, singable and workmanlike English versions by such tireless translators as Norman Tucker, TomHammond… 
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