By Alexandr Zaytsev
Lying on the intersection of translatology, cognitive technology and linguistics, this short presents a entire framework for learning, investigating and educating English-Russian/Russian-English non-literary translation. It offers a holistic point of view at the means of non-literary translation, illustrating every one of its steps with rigorously analyzed real-life examples. Readers will the best way to pick out and strategy multidimensional recognition devices in unique texts via activating kinds of wisdom, in addition to tips on how to successfully devise target-language fits for them utilizing a variety of translation thoughts. it truly is rounded out with convenient and possible tips about the constitution and content material of an undergraduate direction in translation. The abundance of examples makes it appropriate not just to be used within the school room, but additionally for self reliant study.
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Those of you who have read (or at least are familiar with) a poem by the English poet John Donne (from his book Devotion upon Emergent Occasions) recognized a ‘transformed quotation’ from the poem’s ﬁrst line: No man is an island entire of itself; […]. Obviously, the background knowledge activated when reading utterance (18) is situation-independent. Also, while its activation will produce a host of pragmatic/ stylistic effects, this knowledge will not be needed to ‘reconceptualize’ the internal content of Donne’s poem so as to connect it to what is discussed in my book (contrariwise, in example (14), as you may remember, such a reconceptualization of the internal content of the two speech products—a magazine article and the Book of Daniel—did take place).
Since stereotypical knowledge is held by, and is comprehensible to, all mature human beings, it has got to be somewhat superﬁcial. , and (2) may be extrapolated to multiple speciﬁc situations, although, in itself, it is not conﬁned to any particular time, place, thing, person, etc. 19 See, for example, Joseph (2011). As you may see, elements of stereotypical knowledge might form relations with elements of background knowledge (the latter, in this case, is awareness of what the two hemispheres of the Earth are, and what the speciﬁc equinoxes and solstices are).
A Guide to English–Russian and Russian–English Non-literary Translation by Alexandr Zaytsev