Rupprecht, MA, PhD Introduction The Department of East Asian Studies offers students the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the history, cultures, and languages of premodern, modern, and contemporary East Asia. We offer a full range of courses on East Asian literature, history, thought, religion, and society, as well as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language courses from beginning to advanced levels.
Become a member of TranslationDirectory. This article deals with the problems in translating literary prose and reveals some pertinent solutions and also concentrates on the need to expand the perimeters of Translation Studies.
The translation courses offered at many universities in Bangladesh and overseas treat the subject mostly as an outcome of Applied Linguistics. Presently, the teachers and students of translation are confused at the mounting impenetrability of the books and articles that flood the market.
Unfortunately, the translators lay more emphasis on the translation of poetry; there should be more research regarding the particular problems of translating literary prose. One explanation of this could be the fact that the status of poetry is considered higher, but it is more possibly due to the notable flawed notion that the novels, essays, fiction etc.
However, many debates have been organised over when to translate, when to apply the close local equivalent, when to invent a new word by translating clearly, and when to copy. It is a type of literary creativeness where the written-work of one language is re-created in another.
It is an inherent idea that the translation of poetry is very problematic, yet we have to agree that the translators also have to face lots of difficulties when it comes to translating prose.
For example, the Wycliffe Bible ca. However, when the source and target languages belong to different cultural groups, the first problem faced by the prose-translator is finding terms in his or her own language that express the highest level of faithfulness possible to the meaning of certain words.
For example, there are some words that are related to typical fabrics, cookery specialties, or jobs; they also represent specific culture and the translators should be very careful in translating such words.
They also find it difficult to render ambiguous puns. Similarly, the titles of stories and novels provide many examples of such ambiguities, which are hard or even impossible to translate.
Many people think that the translation of literary works is one of the highest forms of rendition because it is more than simply the translation of text. A literary translator must also be skilled enough to translate feelings, cultural nuances, humour and other delicate elements of a piece of work.
In fact, the translators do not translate meanings but the messages. That is why, the text must be considered in its totality.
T from the Source Text S. Language has more than a communicative, or societal and connective purpose in literary-prose translation. In brief, to translate is to pour meaning from one vessel to another one that is equivalent to the first.
Whereas, prose represents ordinary speech or writing, without metrical structure.
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