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Key texts of culture from the position of (dis)loyalty

V.I. Khayrullin
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/PhS.1-20.018  

 

Khairullin Vladimir I.,

Doctor of Philology, Professor of the International Law and

International Relations Department,

Bashkir State University

e-mail: vladikh@yandex.ru

 

The paper discusses two key Russian cultural texts and their English translations from the perspective of how correctly, that is, error-free the translators carry out their work. In case we come across any shortcomings, what explanations might be provided for the latter. The author introduces a notion of disloyalty to both the author and the author’s text and the translation recipient. Disloyalty helps describe translator’s slips of the pen and para-translation examples, such as digest translations and cases of re-writing.

Keywords: key cultural texts, marker, culture element, property, analysis, culture fund, text world, realistic world, disloyalty.

 

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