LINGUIST List 9.1035

Thu Jul 16 1998

Books: Translation Studies

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  1. Matthew Papa, TRANSLATION STUDIES

Message 1: TRANSLATION STUDIES

Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 10:07:04 -0400
From: Matthew Papa <paparoutledge.com>
Subject: TRANSLATION STUDIES

 Mona Baker, editor, ROUTLEDGE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TRANSLATION STUDIES 
 This is the first full-length encyclopedia of its kind. Covering 
 virtually every conceivable aspect of translation, from the 
 translators themselves, methods and terminology, and the history of 
 translation in all the major linguistic and cultural communities, this 
 fascinating volume features contributions by Umberto Eco, Anthony Pym, 
 Lawrence Venuti, Judith Woodsworth, Roger Bell, Juliane House, Jean 
 Delisle, Carol Maier, Ian Mason and other experts in the field of 
 language and linguistics. The entries are supported by powerful 
 reference tools, including an extensive index, a comprehensive 
 bibliography and exhaustive suggestions for further reading.
 Routledge: 1998: 680 pp
 CL: 0 415 09380 5: #D3367: $165.00
 
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