Volume 6, Issue 1 & 2, 2009

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  1. Untranslatability in the Visual Arts Examples from Visual Concrete Poetry.
Author(s): Amrita R. Joshi     Pages: 1-29       Published: 2009
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Untranslatability in the Visual Arts Examples from Visual Concrete Poetry
AMRITA R. JOSHI
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Joshi, Amrita R. 2009. Untranslatability in the Visual Arts Examples from Visual Concrete Poetry*.Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 1-29.
  2. Translation of the Drama Text as an Incomplete Entity.
Author(s): Suh Joseph Che     Pages: 30-46       Published: 2009
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Translation of the Drama Text as an Incomplete Entity
SUH JOSEPH CHE
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Che, Suh Joseph. 2009. Translation of the Drama Text as an Incomplete Entity. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 30-46.
  3. Are All Translations from Indian Languages into English “homogenized”? From the Translators’ Perspective.
Author(s): M. Sridhar     Pages: 47-54       Published: 2009
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Are All Translations from Indian Languages into English “homogenized”? From the Translators’ Perspective
M. SRIDHAR
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Sridhar, M. 2009. Are All Translations from Indian Languages into English “homogenized”? From the Translators’ Perspective. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 47-54.
  4. Literary Translation in India New Paradigms of the Translator’s Invisibility. br />
Author(s): K. M. Sherrif     Pages: 55-62       Published: 2009
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Literary Translation in India New Paradigms of the Translator’s Invisibility
K. M. SHERRI
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Sherrif, K.M. 2009. Literary Translation in India New Paradigms of the Translator’s Invisibility. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 55-62.
  5. ‘Anxiety’ of an English Translator!.
Author(s): Alladi Uma     Pages: 63-71       Published: 2009
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‘Anxiety’ of an English Translator!
ALLADI UMA
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Uma, Alladi. 2009. ‘Anxiety’ of an English Translator!. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 63-71.
  6. Retrieving the Cognitive From the Industrial The Translator as Apprentice.
Author(s): Probal Dasgupta     Pages: 72-96       Published: 2009
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Retrieving the Cognitive From the Industrial The Translator as Apprentice
PROBAL DASGUPTA
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Dasgupta, Probal. 2009. Retrieving the Cognitive From the Industrial The Translator as Apprentice. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 72-96.
  7. Nationalist Interpretations of the Kama Sutra K. Rangaswami Iyengar and the Respectability of Ancient Texts.
Author(s): Anne Hardgrove     Pages: 97-106       Published: 2009
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Nationalist Interpretations of the Kama Sutra K. Rangaswami Iyengar and the Respectability of Ancient Texts
ANNE HARDGROVE
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Hardgrove, Anne. 2009. Nationalist Interpretations of the Kama Sutra K. Rangaswami Iyengar and the Respectability of Ancient Texts. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 97-106.
  8. Translation as an Act of Ventriloquism The Author-Translator Hegemony in English Translations of Kokborok Poetry.
Author(s): Ashes Gupta     Pages: 107-114       Published: 2009
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Translation as an Act of Ventriloquism The Author-Translator Hegemony in English Translations of Kokborok Poetry
ASHES GUPTA
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Gupta, Ashes. 2009. Translation as an Act of Ventriloquism The Author-Translator Hegemony in English Translations of Kokborok Poetry. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 107-114.
  9. A Mufassir Not Just an Interpreter.
Author(s): Adewuni Salawu     Pages: 115-124       Published: 2009
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A Mufassir Not Just an Interpreter
ADEWUNI SALAWU
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Salawu, Adewuni. 2009. A Mufassir Not Just an Interpreter. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 115-124.
  10. Paradox of Illustration Facilitating/resisting Translation in Comic Strips.
Author(s): Archita Gupta     Pages: 125-133       Published: 2009
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Paradox of Illustration Facilitating/resisting Translation in Comic Strips
ARCHITA GUPTA
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Gupta, Archita. 2009. Paradox of Illustration Facilitating/resisting Translation in Comic Strips. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 125-133.
  11. Translation Corpora and Machine Aided Translation.
Author(s): Niladri Sekhar Dash     Pages: 134-153       Published: 2009
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Translation Corpora and Machine Aided Translation
NILADRI SEKHAR DASH
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Dash, Niladri Sekhar. 2009. Translation Corpora and Machine Aided Translation. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 134-153.
  12. The Sangati of Translation.
Author(s): Preethi Nair     Pages: 154-167       Published: 2009
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The Sangati of Translation
PREETHI NAIRA
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Nair, Preethi. 2009. The Sangati of Translation. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 154-167.
  13. Wine of the Mystic Paramahansa Yogananda’s Spiritual Interpretation of Fitzgerald’s The Rubbaiyat.
Author(s): S Geetha     Pages: 168-174       Published: 2009
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Wine of the Mystic Paramahansa Yogananda’s Spiritual Interpretation of Fitzgerald’s The Rubbaiyat
S GEETHA
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Geetha, S. 2009. Wine of the Mystic Paramahansa Yogananda’s Spiritual Interpretation of Fitzgerald’s The Rubbaiyat. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 168-174.
  14. The Influence of Ideology on the Translation of Mao Zedong’s Poems.
Author(s): LI Chong-yue     Pages: 1-29       Published: 2009
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The Influence of Ideology on the Translation of Mao Zedong’s Poems
NANDINI BHATTACHARYA
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Yue, LI Chong. 2009. The Influence of Ideology on the Translation of Mao Zedong’s Poems. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 175-185.
  15. Interviewing the Translator Prof. Sukanta Chaudhuri.
Author(s): Abhishek Sarkar, Sanhita Dasgupta and Chandan Biswa     Pages: 186-196       Published: 2009
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Interviewing the Translator Prof. Sukanta Chaudhuri
NANDINI BHATTACHARYA
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Sarkar Abhishek; Dasgupta Sanhita and Biswas Chandan, 2009. Interviewing the Translator. Translation Today, Vol. 6 (1&2). 186-196.

Book Review

    Sriparna Das, (2009). Problematising Tagore Translation. Translation Today. https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2009.6.1n2.br

Book Beat

  1. Sheeba Rakesh, (2009). An excerpt from the English translation of Amrit Lal Nagar’s Hindi novel Nachyo Bahut Gopal. Translation Today. https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2009.6.1n2.bb1
  2. Udaya Narayana Singh, (2009). Translation as Growth. Translation Today. https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2009.6.1n2.bb2

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