Translating contemporary Mexican texts

fidelity to alterity
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Spanish language -- Translating into English, Translating and interpreting -- Mexico, English language -- Influences on Spanish, Spanish language -- Foreign elements -- English, Languages in contact -- Mexico, Spanish literature -- Mexico -- Translations -- History and criticism, Code switching (Linguistics) -- M
StatementAnna Maria D"Amore.
SeriesBerkeley insights in linguistics and semiotics : v. 73
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LC ClassificationsPC4498 .D36 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23164939M
ISBN 139781433104992
LC Control Number2009005760

Translating Contemporary Mexican Texts: Fidelity to Alterity addresses an area of research that has received little if any attention in translation theory: the translation into English of contact neologisms and code-switching in Mexican Spanish.

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All were originally written in Spanish and were translated for this book, a project that took two years. CLS Modern Mexican Literature in Translation.

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Translations into English Electronic books Translations Traductions anglaises: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Martínez, José Luis, Modern Mexican essay. [Toronto] University of Toronto Press [] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.

Readings from modern Mexican authors by Frederick Starr,The Open Court Publishing Company; [etc.,etc.] edition, in English. Each story appears in its original Spanish text with expert English translations on each facing page.

This dual-language edition features a fascinating new introduction and ample footnotes.

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Part of the Latin American Literature Series published by Dalkey Archive Press, Best of Contemporary Fiction contains both the English translations and the original Spanish; English on the right hand page, Spanish on the left.

If you haven’t read many translated works, translations can sometimes be a little jerky or feel contrived. Bibliomania brings you the internet's best collection of classic texts and study resources. The fiction section has the complete, fully searchable texts of hundreds of novels.

The Poetry section has world famous poems by everyone from Blake to Keats, together with the Oxford Collected English verse and Collected French verse. In the Drama section we have the complete works of Shakespeare, and. Editor’s note: The original version of this post erroneously included A General Theory of Oblivion by José Eduardo Agualusa.

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