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Conde Parrilla, María Angeles. 1997. Joyce in Spanish. Donaire 8 : 19–29.
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This article deals with the reception of James Joyce's oeuvre in Hispanic countries and presents the different approaches to translation adopted by the Spanish translators of Ulysses and Finnegans Wake, arguing that a broader concept of 'translation' is required when dealing with these two 'novels'. The existing translations of Joyce's works into Spanish and the languages of Spain are be listed at the end.
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