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TOC: Target Vol 15, No 2 (2004)

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Message 1: Target 15:2 (2004)

Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 13:13:10 -0400 (EDT)
From: paul <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Target 15:2 (2004)



Publisher: John Benjamins http://www.benjamins.com/
	
Journal Title: Target
Volume Number: 15
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2004

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Articles 

The cognitive basis of translation universals 
Sandra Halverson 197-241 

Habitus, field and discourse: Interpreting as a socially situated
activity
Moira Inghilleri 243-268 

Deixis as an interactive feature in literary translations from
Romanian into English
Ian Mason and Adriana Serban 269-294 

Changes in word order in two Hebrew translations of an Ibsen play 
Malka Muchnik 295-316 

Conversion in English computer terminology: Factors affecting
English-Spanish translation
Jos� R. Belda Medina 317-336 

Texts on translation 
Henri Meschonnic 337-353 

Book Reviews 

Review of "Oralit� et traduction" by Michel Ballard (ed.) 
Lance Hewson 355-359 

Critique de "Faulkner: Une exp�rience de retraduction" par Annick
Chapdelaine et Gillian Lane-Mercier (dir.)
Rainier Grutman 359-362 

Review of "Deconstruction and translation" by Kathleen Davis 
Rosemary Arrojo 362-365 

Review of "Exploring translation and multilingual text production:
Beyond content" by Erich Steiner and Colin Yallop (eds.)
Peter Fawcett 365-369 

Review of "Invisible work: Borges and translation" by Efra�n Kristal 
Ilse Logie 369-371 

Review of "Can theory help translators? A dialogue between the Ivory
Tower and the Wordface" by Andrew Chesterman and Emma Wagner
Brian Mossop 372-375 

Review of "Repairing texts: Empirical investigations of machine
translation post-editing processes" by Hans P. Krings
Arnt Lykke Jakobsen 375-380 

Review of "Estudos de Tradu��o em Portugal: Novos Contributos para a
Histor�a da Literatura Portuguesa" by Teresa Seruya (ed.)
Alexandra Assis Rosa 380-385 

Review of "Getting started in interpreting research: Methodological
reflections, personal accounts and advice for beginners" by Daniel
Gile, Helle V. Dam, Friedel Dubslaff, Bodil Martinsen and Anne
Schjoldager (eds)
Robin Setton 385-389 

New books at a glance 

Jean-Marc Moura 391-393 

Yves Gambier 393-395 

Andrew Kay-fan Cheung 395-397 

Other books received 399-400 

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