Opera in Translation: Unity and Diversity
Keywords:Adriana Şerban, Kelly Kar Yue Chan, musical theater, multimodal artworks, translation strategies
The edited volume Opera in Translation: Unity and Diversity, published by John Benjamins in 2020, can be viewed—at least through the eyes of all opera aficionados and interdisciplinary scholars connected with musical theater—as a logical and much-awaited continuation of both theoretical and more pragmatically oriented research on the ever-growing topic of translating operas (and artworks within musical theater in general).
Şerban, Adriana and Kelly Kar Yue Chan, eds. 2020. Opera in Translation: Unity and Diversity. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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