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The Scandals of Translation: Towards an Ethics of Difference

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Venuti exposes what he refers to as the 'scandals of translation' by looking at the relationship between translation and the practices which at once need and marginalize it. The book moves between different languages, cultures, periods, disciplines and institutions and is richly illustrated by numerous case studies including: Bible translation in the early Christian Church ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 25th 1998 by Routledge (first published August 6th 1998)
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عندما تقرأ عنوان الكتاب يتبادر إلى الذهن العديد من الموضوعات و اﻷفكار التي يمكن أن يناقشها الكتاب من نوعبة أخطاء مارسها بعض المترجمين و أدت إلى عواقب غير محمودة , أو كيف تُوجه سوق الترجمة عن طريق لوبي خفي ...إلخ, لكن الواقع أن الكتاب ببساطة يناقش قضية العﻻقة بين الترجمة و الثقافة , ضاربا العديد من اﻷمثلة و شارحها بالتفصيل في إطار ظروفها و آثارها و نتائجها. يلقي الكتاب الضوء على قضية " التغريب " في الترجمة, التي يحبذها الكاتب, بحيث يبدو الكتاب المترجم أنه مترجما , وﻻ يبدو و كأنه كتب بلغة ملحية ف ...more
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Born in Philadelphia, Venuti graduated from Temple University. He has long lived in New York City. In 1980 he completed the Ph.D. in English at Columbia University. That year he received the Renato Poggioli Award for Italian Translation for his translation of Barbara Alberti's novel Delirium.

Venuti is currently professor of English at Temple University. He has also taught as a visiting professor a
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