Translating Texts: An Introductory Coursebook on Translation and Text Formation
Keywords:Brian James Baer, Christopher D. Mellinger, role of discourse conventions in translation, role of genre, translator training
Translating Texts: An Introductory Coursebook on Translation and Text Formation, a textbook intended for trainee translators in both language-specific and language-neutral translation courses, as well as for language students, provides authentic materials designed to promote text awareness. It offers students an opportunity to gain insight into a text-centered approach to translation, fostering systematic reflection on macro and- micro-textual features of selected genres.
Baer, Brian James, and Christopher D. Mellinger, eds. 2020. Translating Texts: An Introductory Coursebook on Translation and Text Formation. New York: Routledge.
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