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      Arabic-English-Arabic Literary Translation : Issues and Strategies

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          Arabic–English–Arabic Literary Translation gives learners of translation and interpreting the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to identify and deal with the issues they encounter when translating literary texts between Arabic and English. It can also be used by instructors to teach modules on translation and interpretation issues and strategies.

          Organised along the lines of the translation process itself, this guide discusses key terms relating to literary translation, covers the most common translation approaches and provides a systematic classification of issues that can be encountered in the translation process and the strategies available to deal with them. The issues and strategies are divided into four categories: lexical, structural, textual and contextual.

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          9781474486620
          9781474486637
          9781474486613
          9781474486644
          31 March 2023
          2af4950a-5487-418f-a24a-fbc2e70c79d0
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          100,Textbook,Islamic Studies,Language & Linguistics,Arabic Language & Linguistics,Arabic Language & Linguistics,4 - ePub,Writing skills,Semitic languages,Language teaching theory & methods,Language learning: specific skills,Afro-Asiatic languages,Language teaching & learning (other than ELT),Languages,Language

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