Translation, History, Narrative

@article{Venuti2005TranslationHN,
  title={Translation, History, Narrative},
  author={Lawrence Venuti},
  journal={Meta: Translators' Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={50},
  pages={800-816}
}
Every stage in the production, circulation and reception of a translation is profoundly marked by its historical moment, tracing a history that is distinct from the history of the foreign text. The historical nature of translation is apparent in the succession of varying methods that define it within a single culture, not only standards of accuracy, but the interpretation of the conceptual categories on which that standard is based, not only discursive strategies and the very linguistic texture… Expand
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