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Author’s translingual persona and possibility to preserve it in translation

T.A. Lupachyova
80,00 Р

UDC 808.1-043.8/.9:81`24

https://doi.org/10.20339/PhS.6-20.269   

 

Lupachyova Tatyana A.,

Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the

Linguistics and Intercultural Communication Department

Far Eastern Federal University

e-mail: lupachyova@yandex.ru

 

The goal of the present research is to reveal the opportunity to preserve a linguistic persona of a translingual author while translating literary works by contemporary Chinese American writers into Russian. The article attempts to analyze a linguistic persona of a translingual author of Chinese descent writing in English through the lens of translation into Russian and perception by a Russian reader. The author of the research concentrates mainly on the linguacultural means specific for translingual literary creativity: realia, phraseology, metaphors, contaminated speech, etc. The article raises concern about an adequate transmission of a “translingual trace”in the Russian translation based on the examples extracted from the books by Gish Jen and Amy Tan.

Keywords: translingual literature, literary translingualism, literary translation, contaminated speech, author’s linguistic persona.

 

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