Publication details [#7927]

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The paper is concerned with translational shifts in rendering point of view in narrative fiction. The paper begins with a brief exposition of some basic concepts in current descriptions of narrative technique, paying particular attention to the problems they raise for translation theory. Next, the authors analyse a number of specific examples of translation from English to French and English to Hebrew that illustrate the issues under discussion. Next, they look at the implications of these findings for translation theory in general, with a further look at some additional problems that have not emerged in the examples discussed.
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