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Message 1: Babel 48:2

Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 09:23:58 +0000
From: paul <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Babel 48:2

Publisher: John Benjamins
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Journal Title: Babel
Volume Number: 48
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2002

Table of Contents

Surtitles for Opera: A Specialised Translating Task 
 Peter Low 97-110 
The Translation of the English Unaccusatives into Arabic and the
Relevance of their Semantic Features
 Abdelgawad T. Mahmoud 111-124 
The Translation of Reporting Verbs in English and Persian 
 M.A. Mokhtari Ardekani 125-134 

Translating Neoclassical Compounds in Computer Terminology: A
Comparative Analysis of Four Examples in English and Spanish:
micro/mini, mono/uni
 Jos� R. Belda 135-146 
The Translator's Dilemma with Bias 
 Hasan Ghazala 147-162 
Disseminating Scientific Knowledge in African Languages: The
Experience of Translating an Agriculture Manual into Kiswahili
 Paul M. Musau 163-173 

La vie de la FIT - The Life of FIT 174-176 

Collection UNESCO d'oeuvres repr�sentatives - UNESCO Collection of
Representative Works 177-178

"The Descendants of Cain (K�in ui Huye)" by Hwang Sun-Won 
 Jeong Eun-Jin 

Informations bibliographiques et lexicographiques -
Bibliographical and Lexicographical Information 179-192

"Der Kanzler und der General" H. Kusterer 
 Maurice Voituriez 179-180 
"Le français au Nigeria, une cartographie dynamique", �dit� par
S. J. Timothy Asobele
 Erna Dernicourt 180-181 
"English at work" par Chris Braecke, Geert Jacobs, Katja Pelsmaekers 
 Carole Guth-Devos 181-183 
"Studies in Slang" by Gerald Leonard Cohen 
 Ali Famian 183-184 
"Shifting Continents/Colliding Cultures: Diaspora Writing of the
Indian Subcontinent" Edited by RALPH J. Crane & Radhika Mohanram.
 R.K. Singh 184-189 
"Beyond the Western Tradition" edited by Marilyn Gaddis Rose 
 Said Shiyab 189-192
			
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