After Babel : aspects of language and translation / George Steiner.

By: Steiner, George, 1929-
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Oxford : New York : Oxford University Press, c1998Edition: 3rd edDescription: xviii, 538 p. : 23 cmISBN: 0192880934; 9780192880932Subject(s): Translating and interpreting | Language and languagesDDC classification: 418.02 LOC classification: P306 | .S66 1992Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Understanding as translation -- Language and gnosis -- Word against object -- The claims of theory -- The hermeneutic motion -- Topologies of culture.
Summary: This is the third edition of After Babel, a controversial work in translation studies. It has been revised and corrected and contains information which should be of interest to anyone involved in the theory and practice of translation.
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418.02 BAT 2002 Translation studies 418.02 MUI 2001 Introducing translation studies : 418.02 ROB 1997 Becoming a translator : 418.02 STA 1998 After Babel : 418.02 TRA 2004 The translation studies reader / 418.071 THH 2005 How to teach speaking / 418.4076 GRD 1981 Developing reading skills :

Includes bibliographical references (p. 499-516) and index.

Table of contents Understanding as translation --
Language and gnosis --
Word against object --
The claims of theory --
The hermeneutic motion --
Topologies of culture.

This is the third edition of After Babel, a controversial work in translation studies. It has been revised and corrected and contains information which should be of interest to anyone involved in the theory and practice of translation.

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