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The views of what makes a literary translation correct und beautiful that had their origin in classical antiquity were radically called in question at the turn to the nineteenth century. Their decline and the rise of new concepts have been the subject of several studies of national scope. The present book is the first comparative survey of these events. The countries that contributed most to this monumental reorientation are France, Great Britain, and Germany. The comparative approach serves to determine what the three national traditions have in common and how they differ. A chapter is devoted to each country, followed by an investigation of key concepts and how they concurred, deviated, or influenced each other. This international perspective is broadened by Harald Kittel's examination of Giacomo Leopardi's comparison of Italian, French, and German as media for translation.
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- Verlag: V&R Unipress
- Seitenzahl: 364
- Erscheinungstermin: 28. Januar 2015
- ISBN-13: 9783847003076
- Artikelnr.: 42172806