LINGUIST List 14.3104

Thu Nov 13 2003

Qs: Interpretation Questionnaire

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  1. Andrea Kenesei, reader-response, translation equivalence

Message 1: reader-response, translation equivalence

Date: Fri, 07 Nov 2003 04:24:19 +0000
From: Andrea Kenesei <>
Subject: reader-response, translation equivalence

I need English-speaking students to interpret poems (fill in
questionnaries) as part of my PhD dissertation ''Validity of
Translation Through Reception'', ''Reader-response in Translated
Verse'', ''The Proof of Equivalence is in the Reading''. I'm looking
for student-readers and colleagues whose students will do the
tasks. (I explain the differences in interpretation by pointing out
the linguistic and translation differences.)

Subject-Language: English; Code: ENG 
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