Are Literary Translators (still) Lone Wolves? A Scandinavian Survey on Collaboration among Fellow Translators

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Are Literary Translators (still) Lone Wolves? A Scandinavian Survey on Collaboration among Fellow Translators. / Jansen, Hanne.

Communities in Translation and Interpreting. red. / Kristiina Taivalkoski-Shilov; Liisa Tiittula; Maarit Koponen. Montreal : Les Éditions québécoises de l’oeuvre, 2017. s. 119-157 (Vita Traductiva, Bind 9).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningfagfællebedømt

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Jansen, H 2017, Are Literary Translators (still) Lone Wolves? A Scandinavian Survey on Collaboration among Fellow Translators. i K Taivalkoski-Shilov, L Tiittula & M Koponen (red), Communities in Translation and Interpreting. Les Éditions québécoises de l’oeuvre, Montreal, Vita Traductiva, bind 9, s. 119-157.

APA

Jansen, H. (2017). Are Literary Translators (still) Lone Wolves? A Scandinavian Survey on Collaboration among Fellow Translators. I K. Taivalkoski-Shilov, L. Tiittula, & M. Koponen (red.), Communities in Translation and Interpreting (s. 119-157). Montreal: Les Éditions québécoises de l’oeuvre. Vita Traductiva, Bind. 9

Vancouver

Jansen H. Are Literary Translators (still) Lone Wolves? A Scandinavian Survey on Collaboration among Fellow Translators. I Taivalkoski-Shilov K, Tiittula L, Koponen M, red., Communities in Translation and Interpreting. Montreal: Les Éditions québécoises de l’oeuvre. 2017. s. 119-157. (Vita Traductiva, Bind 9).

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Jansen, Hanne. / Are Literary Translators (still) Lone Wolves? A Scandinavian Survey on Collaboration among Fellow Translators. Communities in Translation and Interpreting. red. / Kristiina Taivalkoski-Shilov ; Liisa Tiittula ; Maarit Koponen. Montreal : Les Éditions québécoises de l’oeuvre, 2017. s. 119-157 (Vita Traductiva, Bind 9).

Bibtex

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