Transferring communicative clues in translation
Keywords:Traducción, Pragmática, Comunicación intercultural, Teoría de la relevancia, Textos turísticos
AbstractIn this essay I make use of the category communicative clue, as defined by Gutt (1991/2000), to explain certain differences between an original work and its various translations. Communicative clues are very useful analytical devices that show nuances of meaning and style. In the source texts, they sometimes go unnoticed. But when a translation is done the translator may come across these features and must desirably transfer them. Very frequently, however, they are ignored. Here a particular experience with translators shows how often these clues are overlooked.
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Navarro Errasti, María Pilar. 2001. “Transferring Communicative Clues in Translation”. Alicante Journal of English Studies / Revista Alicantina De Estudios Ingleses, no. 14 (November):137-49. https://doi.org/10.14198/raei.2001.14.09.
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