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Hearing Voices: James Joyce, Narrative Voice and Minority Translation
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Language and Literature (Full Text & ada di PROQUEST) vol. 13 no. 1 (Feb. 2004)
This article explores the question of voice in translated texts, more specifically in the case of literary texts translated into a minority language. Drawing on Bakhtinian concepts, and focusing on the Galician translation of James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’, this study traces back the translators’ voice and its interaction with other voices already present in the source text. This type of qualitative study shows, I would like to argue, how texts translated into minoritized languages become an ideal arena in which to explore not only translating processes, but also issues of language, ideology and identity in the target context.
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