Im/politeness and Stage Translation
Special issue of Translation and Translanguaging in Multilingual Contexts 6:1 (2020)
Maria Sidiropoulou | National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
[Translation and Translanguaging in Multilingual Contexts, 6:1] 2020. v, 108 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Im/politeness and theatre translationMaria Sidiropoulou | pp. 1–8
Who’s afraid of aggression: Gender and impoliteness through translationEirini Stamouli | pp. 9–25
Blaming, critique and irritation in the family through translationAristea Rigalou | pp. 26–44
Mask and face: Im/politeness in stage translations of Mourning Becomes ElectraMaria-Nikoleta Blana | pp. 45–63
Aggression and narrative in Edward Albee’s The Zoo StoryMaria Lamprou | pp. 64–78
Im/politeness, gender and power distance in Lady Windermere’s FanChrysi Mavrigiannaki | pp. 79–91
Constructing leadership through translating im/politenessNatalia Skrempou | pp. 92–108
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