'Behind Inverted Commas': Translation and Anglo-German Cultural Relations in the Nineteenth Century
Multilingual Matters, 01.01.1999 - 207 Seiten
This text examines the activities of a network of 19th century intellectuals in Britain who were engaged in the rendering of German texts into English. It establishes a series of cultural implications of the process of translation in an inter-and intra-lingual context and explores cross-currents between translation and gender studies, art history, philology, historiography and travel writing.
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