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    Title: Análisis del estilo de dos traducciones: la versión inglesa y la española de la obra 傾城之戀 ('Qing cheng zhi lian'), de Eileen Chang
    Authors: 張芸綺
    Keywords: WordSmith;Eileen Chang;Un amor que destruye ciudades;Love in a fallen city;transla-tor’s style
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2020-03-05 12:10:28 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Estudios de Traducción
    Abstract: The translator is a mediator between two languages and cultures, a connection between twodifferent worlds; hence, translated texts must or can be considered commodities produced by translators.The objective that I pursue here is to perform a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the English andSpanish translations of Eileen Chang’s contemporary novel 傾城之戀(Qingcheng zhi lian). Using thetool Wordsmith, we compared the styles of the translators, Karen S. Kingsbury, Anne-Hélène Suárez andXianghong Qu, who carried out these translations. With this objective, we present here some considera-tions regarding translations, positing as the central axis the idea that a judicious use of explanations inwhich the subtleties of the original language are explained would facilitate the reading of the text.
    Relation: Estudios de Traducción 9, p.151-167
    DOI: 10.5209/estr.64664
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Spanish] Journal Article

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