Publication details [#1808]

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In this paper, the author aims to explore the limits of the translatability of wordplay. According to the definition, linguistic humour is connected to language itself, to this institution that should, in principle, facilitate translation. As a translator, he poses the question: if humour is connected to language A, can it be translated into language B, and if not, what compromise solutions does the translator have?
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