This theoretical paper on the the nature of translation and its relationship with the original suggests a view of translation as being 'complementary', rather than 'supplementary' in respect to its source. Some among the most prominent authors to have dealt with the theory of translation, such as Gideon Toury, Walter Benjamin, Jacques Derrida, and Roland Barthes are all referred to in order to outline the theoretical framework within which this paper develops.

Complementary versus Supplementary: The Diverse Roles of Literary Translation / GAUDIO P. - In: TRANS. INTERNET-ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR KULTURWISSENSCHAFTEN. - ISSN 1560-182X. - (2004).

Complementary versus Supplementary: The Diverse Roles of Literary Translation

GAUDIO, PAOLA
2004

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This theoretical paper on the the nature of translation and its relationship with the original suggests a view of translation as being 'complementary', rather than 'supplementary' in respect to its source. Some among the most prominent authors to have dealt with the theory of translation, such as Gideon Toury, Walter Benjamin, Jacques Derrida, and Roland Barthes are all referred to in order to outline the theoretical framework within which this paper develops.
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