Volume 2, Issue 2, 2005

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  1. Re-forming the Ramayana: The Source Text and its Cultural Transformation.
Author(s):Mandakranta Bose     Pages: 1-11       Published: 2005
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Re-forming the Ramayana: The Source Text and its Cultural Transformation
MANDAKRANTA BOSE
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Bose, Mandakranta. 2005. Re-forming the Ramayana: The Source Text and its Cultural Transformation. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 1-11
  2. Notes on 'Translatability in An Uneven World'.
Author(s): R. Radhakrishnan     Pages: 12-24       Published: 2005
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Notes on 'Translatability in An Uneven World'
R. RADHAKRISHNAN
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Radhakrishnan, R. 2005. Notes on 'Translatability in An Uneven World'. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 12-24
  3. Translation, Context and the Public Sphere.
Author(s): B. Hariharan     Pages: 25-39       Published: 2005
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Translation, Context and the Public Sphere
B. HARIHARAN
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Hariharan, B. 2005. Translation, Context and the Public Sphere. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 25-39
  4. Chemmeen Processed for Export: The Earliest Signs of Globalisation of the Word?.
Author(s): A.J.Thomas     Pages: 40-52       Published: 2005
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Chemmeen Processed for Export: The Earliest Signs of Globalisation of the Word?
A.J.THOMAS
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Thomas, A.J. 2005. Chemmeen Processed for Export: The Earliest Signs of Globalisation of the Word?. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 40-52
  5. Drama Translation: Principles and Strategies.
Author(s): Suh Joseph Che     Pages: 53-69       Published: 2005
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Drama Translation: Principles and Strategies
SUH JOSEPH CHE
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Che, Suh Joseph. 2005. Drama Translation: Principles and Strategies. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 53-69
  6. Translating the ‘translated’: Women’s Poetry in Translation.
Author(s): Anamika     Pages: 70-91       Published: 2005
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Translating the ‘translated’: Women’s Poetry in Translation
ANAMIKA
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Anamika, 2005. Translating the ‘translated’: Women’s Poetry in Translation. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 70-91
  7. Literary and Cultural Translatability: The European Romantic Example.
Author(s): Ian Fairly     Pages: 92-98       Published: 2005
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Literary and Cultural Translatability: The European Romantic Example
IAN FAIRLY
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Fairly, Ian. 2005. Literary and Cultural Translatability: The European Romantic Example. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 92-98
  8. Translating Her Story: A Woman in Quest of a Language.
Author(s): Meena T. Pillai     Pages: 99-115       Published: 2005
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Translating Her Story: A Woman in Quest of a Language
MEENA T. PILLAI
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Pillai, Meena T. 2005. Translating Her Story: A Woman in Quest of a Language. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 99-115
  9. Translation and Literary Genres: A Case Study of Poetry in Bengali and Marathi.
Author(s): Chandrani Chatterjee and Milind Malshe     Pages: 116-128       Published: 2005
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Translation and Literary Genres: A Case Study of Poetry in Bengali and Marathi
CHANDRANI CHATTERJEE AND MILIND MALSHE
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Chatterjee, Chandrani & Malshe, Milind. 2005. Translation and Literary Genres: A Case Study of Poetry in Bengali and Marathi. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 116-128
  10. The Limits of Creativity and the Translator’s Responsibility.
Author(s): Niranjan Mohanty     Pages: 129-148       Published: 2005
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The Limits of Creativity and the Translator’s Responsibility
NIRANJAN MOHANTY
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Mohanty, Niranjan. 2005. The Limits of Creativity and the Translator’s Responsibility. Translation Today, vol. 2(1). 129-148
  11. Re-Evaluation of Lin Shu (the Chinese Translator): A Systemic Approach to Literary Translation.
Author(s): Xu Jianzhong     Pages: 1-29       Published: 2005
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Re-Evaluation of Lin Shu (the Chinese Translator): A Systemic Approach to Literary Translation
XU JIANZHONG
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Jianzhong, Xu. 2005. Re-Evaluation of Lin Shu (the Chinese Translator): A Systemic Approach to Literary Translation. Translation Today, vol. 2(1).
  12. The Performability and Speakability Dimensions of Translated Drama Texts.
Author(s): Suh Joseph Che     Pages: 1-29       Published: 2005
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The Performability and Speakability Dimensions of Translated Drama Texts
SUH JOSEPH CHE
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Che, Suh Joseph. 2005. The Performability and Speakability Dimensions of Translated Drama Texts. Translation Today, vol. 2(1).
  13. Translation as Empowerment.
Author(s):Vijaya Guttal     Pages: 1-29       Published: 2005
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Translation as Empowerment
VIJAYA GUTTAL
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Guttal, Vijaya 2005. Translation as Empowerment. Translation Today, vol. 2(1).
  14. P The Virtues of Demobilization in Translation Studies.
Author(s): Probal Das Gupta     Pages: 1-29       Published: 2005
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The Virtues of Demobilization in Translation Studies
PROBAL DAS GUPTA
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Das, Gupta Probal. 2005. The Virtues of Demobilization in Translation Studies. Translation Today, vol. 2(1).

Book Review

  1. Dr. B. Hariharan, (2005). BOOK REVIEWS Translation and Globalization - Michael Cronin. Translation Today. https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2005.2.2.br1
  2. Chandrani Chowdhury, (2005). Bibhutibhusan Bandyopadhyaya’s Aranyak, translated by Rimli Bhattacharya Aranyak of the Forest.
Nikhila H, (2005). Englishing the Vedic Age:Awadheshwari, by Shankar Mokashiby, Punekar, translated from Kannada by P.P. Giridhar.
Sushumna K, (2005). Translating Models: A review of Awadheshwari by Shankar Mokashi Punekar. Trans. P P Giridhar.
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Book Beat

  1. Roger T. Bell, (2005). TRANSLATION AND TRANSLATING Theory and Practice. Translation Today. https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2005.2.2.bb

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