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In Unwin, Timothy ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Further reading. Adler, Laure Paris: Payot. Foster, Tara Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press. External links. Authority control. Categories : births deaths 19th-century French women writers French women novelists People of the French Revolution French women dramatists and playwrights French women short story writers French short story writers 19th-century novelists 19th-century French dramatists and playwrights 19th-century short story writers. Credit: see original file. Suggest as cover photo Would you like to suggest this photo as the cover photo for this article?
Yes, this would make a good choice No, never mind. The translation does not respond to the cultural and historical sub-text, but instead becomes overtly didactic and presents a dictionary-like definition of a platypus in response to the questions posed by the author.
The translation appears to be written in a friendly style, and includes considerable alliterative effects, but is reflective of didactic discourse in its elaborate description of the platypus. In this example, the retention or omission of didactic passages in translation can be attributed to the difference between information that is local and information that is general. The local is perceived as not so useful or interesting and is therefore deleted while the general is perceived as useful and important and is subsequently retained.
The omission of this passage from the translation can be explained in simple terms by the suggestion that it is too didactic and therefore boring to children. However, in this passage of utterly Australian discourse, Patchett has chosen to refer to the platypus and echidna, two animals not as well known to French children as kangaroos, koalas and crocodiles.
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The author has identified these two animals as being as ancient as the landscape, and has instructed children about the marked Australianness of these animals in the environment. It is not unusual for poetic passages to cause problems for translators, both in the reproduction into another language and also in terms of their perceived interest level for readers. In cases where the translator decides to omit the passages, the fact that they contain Australian content may simply be coincidental.
Kookaburras suffer this fate in the following extract:. The translator has also deleted another poetic passage where the Australian landscape is presented as a canvas of intentional and unintentional colour. The translator chose not to recreate the canvas, thus whiting out the literary and the cultural content. Despite norms and conventions guiding translation acts, translations such as these employ acceptability strategies that do not often subscribe to target constraints of literariness, and therefore result in a softening or simplification of the text.
Rather than raising the level of sophistication of the text, the pragmatic forces of translation can compromise literariness and reduce the impact of the poetic energy created from semantic links, images, word play, alliteration, rhyme, and so on. Translators focus on the intended addressees of the translation, and attempt to determine the function fulfilled by the source text in the source culture and its applicability to the target situation. The seller won't accept returns for this item.
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Get the item you ordered or get your money back. Excerpt from L'Aube du Theatre Romantique Du moins il substitua la luxuriance de sa frondaison au vieux feuillage classique qui commencait a s'etioler. Par une sorte d'interversion saisonniere, c'est un printemps radieux qui succede sans transition a la melancolie automnale. Stendhal, joignant aux audaces d'un theoricien revolutionnaire les violences d'un briseur d'images, apporte sa definition, fatalement outranciere, du romantisme.
C'est, dit-il, l'art de presenter aux differents peuples les uvres litteraires qui, dans l'etat actuel de leurs habitudes et de leurs croyances, sont susceptibles de leur donner le plus de plaisir possible. In she retired to the quiet of Abbaye-aux-Bois , a Catholic convent that also let rooms to women of high social standing; soon, however, she returned to her career.
With Camille Leynadier, she compiled and edited the memoirs of Giuseppe Garibaldi , which they presented as a biography, dramatised in parts. Her most famous short story was "Baron de Trenck", which relates an adventure of the Prussian officer Friedrich von der Trenck , and was inspired by his widely published autobiography.
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