Cultivation of MTI Students’ Awareness of the Translator’s Subjectivity in Literary Translation
International Journal of Literature and Arts
Volume 1, Issue 3, November 2013, Pages: 41-46
Received: Nov. 18, 2013;
Published: Dec. 20, 2013
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Qin Fangfang, College of Foreign Languages, CTGU, Yichang City, China
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Literary translation is a kind of artistic recreation. Only by exercising his/her artistic talent and subjectivity, can the translator produce a translation which can ravel the original work. In literary translation, the translator’s subjectivity is inevitable and indispensable as well. So it is essential for MTI students to be fully aware of the translators’ subjectivity during practice. The paper will explore the means to cultivate MTI students’ awareness of the translator’s subjectivity by analyzing the causes for its existence from the aspects of the special characteristics of literary works, translator’s personal factors, social factors and so on, in hope of deepening the study on the translator’s subjectivity and the development of literary translation as well as promoting the development of MTI education.
Literary Translation, The Translator’s Subjectivity, MTI, Awareness
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Cultivation of MTI Students’ Awareness of the Translator’s Subjectivity in Literary Translation, International Journal of Literature and Arts.
Vol. 1, No. 3,
2013, pp. 41-46.
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