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» The Effects of Differences Among Rhetorical Categorizations in Persian and English on Translation of Persian Modern Poetry: A Case Study of Differences Among Persian and English Rhetorical Categorizations in Sepehri's Poems and their translations
By Massoud Azizinezhad | Published 11/28/2005 | Literature and Poetry | Recommendation:
In this study attempts has been made to identify cases in which translators ignorance of the differences among rhetorical categorizations in English and Persian has lead to change of a figure of speech into a different one or loosing it as a whole, which results in loss of authors intended meaning or effect. The study puts focus on an extract of Sepehris poems including two long and ten short ones translated by three of the most well-known translators of sepehris poems that is, Emami (2005) and Salami & Zahedi (2005).
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