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Translation Methods

Translation Methods

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Translation and Editing Text
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Published by: Jerrie Louise Meoinks Dematera on Jul 01, 2013
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 INTRODUCTIONThe central problem of translating has always beenwhether to translate literally or freely. The argumenthas been going on since at least the first century BCUp to the beginning of the nineteenth century, manywriters favored some kind of Tree translation:
the spirit, not the letter;
the sense not the words;
the message rather than the form
the matter not the manner 
The argument was theoretical: the purpose of thetranslation, the nature of the readership, the type of text, was not discussed. Too often, writer, translator and reader were implicitly identified with each other.Now the context has changed, but the basic problemremains.

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