Meaningfulness, the unsaid and translatability: Instead of an introduction

@article{Keidan2015MeaningfulnessTU,
  title={Meaningfulness, the unsaid and translatability: Instead of an introduction},
  author={Artemij Keidan},
  journal={Open Linguistics},
  year={2015},
  volume={1}
}
Abstract The present paper opens this topical issue on translation techniques by drawing a theoretical basis for the discussion of translational issues in a linguistic perspective. In order to forward an audienceoriented definition of translation, I will describe different forms of linguistic variability, highlighting how they present different difficulties to translators, with an emphasis on the semantic and communicative complexity that a source text can exhibit. The problem is then further… 

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