Que signifie la liberté en traduction littéraire ? Entre le produit, le processus, l'activité et la réflexion critique

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Aurelia Klimkiewicz


Traditionally, literary translation was discussed in terms of form and content dichotomy. Yet when we take a closer look, translation is a complex phenomenon inscribed in a particular social and cultural space. In this article we investigate translation from three different perspectives: linguistic, social, and hermeneutical. The first focuses on the interlinguistic transfer, the second on the society that regulates professional behavior, while the last approach gives insight into the translator's subjectivity able to question the social order and defend transgressive practices of translation.


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