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Journal Title: Target
Volume/Issue:   26 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 2014. iv, 167 pp.

Table of Contents

Letter to the readers
1 – 2


Vers une historiographie des politiques des traductions en Belgique durant la période française
Lieven D’hulst et Michael Schreiber
3 – 31

Poetry translators and regional vernacular voice: Belli’s Romanesco sonnets in English and Scots
Francis R. Jones
32 – 62

How devoted can translators be?: Revisiting the subservience hypothesis
Hélène Buzelin
63 – 97

Measuring translation difficulty: An empirical study
Sanjun Sun and Gregory M. Shreve
98 – 127

Translation, stylistics and To the Lighthouse : A Deictic Shift Theory analysis
Massimiliano Morini
128 – 145

Book reviews

Ilse Depraetere, ed. Perspectives on Translation Quality.
Reviewed by Sharon O'Brien
147 – 150

Christiane Driesen and Haimo-Andreas Petersen. Gerichtsdolmetschen. Grundwissen und -fertigkeiten.
Reviewed by Mira Kadric
151 – 153

Federico M. Federici, ed. Translating Regionalised Voices in Audiovisuals.
Reviewed by Sabien Hanoulle
154 – 158

Werner Koller (unter Mitarbeit von Kjetil Berg Henjum). Einführung in die Übersetzungswissenschaft
Reviewed by Mary Snell-Hornby and Alice Leal
159 – 162

European Commission. Étude portant sur la contribution de la traduction à la société multilingue dans l’Union européenne
Reviewed by Anthony Pym
163 – 167
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Ling & Literature
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): Dutch
LL Issue: 25.1442