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This paper investigates the impact of images on the translation phenomenon and attempts to clarify the intersecting points of Translation Studies and Imagology, two closely related significant branches of comparative Cultural Studies. This is done by focusing on those stages of the image creation process and the translation process where the two disciplines may intersect. In this paper, the issue is discussed from the perspective of Translation Studies, focusing on the three stages of the translation process where the image of the other has a potentially formative role. The author gives some examples demonstrating the influence of the other in translation.
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