Revealing to Translate: The Intertextuality and Strategic Nature of Voices, Presuppositions and Metadiscourse in a Non-Literary Text

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  • Publisher: Aktuell Verlag
  • Journal: International Journal of Languages' Education and Teaching (issn: 2198-4999, eissn: 2198-4999)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.18298/ijlet.2064
  • Subject: Voice | P | PN1-6790 | Norman Fairclough | Presupposition | Literature (General) | Language and Literature | Translation-oriented critical reading and analysis | Metadiscourse

Reading a literary text might be considered to be mostly based on reading the implicit, the inferential, the implicative, and the inarticulate, rather than the explicit, the obvious, or the outspoken. Beyond what is apparent on the surface, the text of a literary work u... View more
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