TRANSLATION CRITICISM AS A MEASURE OF LINGUISTIC COHERENCE IN THE TRANSLATION PROCESS

Keywords: translation criticism, linguistic coherence, scenes-and-frames theory, translation studies.

Abstract

The article is focused on the ways of realization translation criticism in the modern translation studies. The main aim for the translators in their works is to achieve linguistic coherence between the Source Text (ST) and Target Text (TT). The notion of translation criticism, which is an important measure of achieving this goal by the translator, is highlighted. The theory of scenes and frames in modern translation studies is also analysed in the article.

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2019-11-26
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Boiko, T., & Melko, K. (2019). TRANSLATION CRITICISM AS A MEASURE OF LINGUISTIC COHERENCE IN THE TRANSLATION PROCESS. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 36(5), 84-88. https://doi.org/10.23856/3609