Authorial and Editorial Voices in Translation: Editorial and Publishing Practices

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Authorial and Editorial Voices in Translation : Editorial and Publishing Practices. / Jansen, Hanne (Editor); Wegener, Anna (Editor).

Québec : Éditions québécoises de l'oeuvre, 2013. 241 p. (Vita Traductiva, Vol. 3).

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Harvard

Jansen, H & Wegener, A (eds) 2013, Authorial and Editorial Voices in Translation: Editorial and Publishing Practices. Vita Traductiva, vol. 3, Éditions québécoises de l'oeuvre, Québec.

APA

Jansen, H., & Wegener, A. (Eds.) (2013). Authorial and Editorial Voices in Translation: Editorial and Publishing Practices. Québec: Éditions québécoises de l'oeuvre. Vita Traductiva, Vol.. 3

Vancouver

Jansen H, (ed.), Wegener A, (ed.). Authorial and Editorial Voices in Translation: Editorial and Publishing Practices. Québec: Éditions québécoises de l'oeuvre, 2013. 241 p. (Vita Traductiva, Vol. 3).

Author

Jansen, Hanne (Editor) ; Wegener, Anna (Editor). / Authorial and Editorial Voices in Translation : Editorial and Publishing Practices. Québec : Éditions québécoises de l'oeuvre, 2013. 241 p. (Vita Traductiva, Vol. 3).

Bibtex

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abstract = "This is the second of two volumes of essays grown out of a conference onauthorial and editorial voices in translation held by the international researchgroup Voice in Translation at the University of Copenhagen in 2011. Usingthe concept of ‘voice’ to explore contexts where multiple agents interact, thisvolume makes a major contribution to our understanding of the processes andpractices through which editors and publishers affect translation. Essays examinethe modalities of editing in contexts of rewriting, retranslation, autobiography,and colonialism, and publisher practices with respect to prefacing,book format, titling and marketing. Contributors draw on empirical researchin different historical and contemporary settings involving a rich variety oflanguages, including Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian,Italian, Swedish, and Turkish.",
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