Issue: 2 (1)/2011

Forms of intercultural dialogue in artistic translation

Volume 2, Part 1, is devoted to forms of intercultural dialogue occurring in and mediated through translation, as demonstrated by material supplied by Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Macedonian, Serbian, Slovakian, and Slovenian literatures. Contributors to this volume describe and interpret various levels of dialogization (most often lexical) and make attempts to determine the conditions that enable, as well as prevent, entrance into dialogue, as well as the negative and reluctant attitude of translators towards that kind of dialogue.

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