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Luis, William and Julio Rodríguez-Luis, eds. 1991. Translating Latin America: culture as text (Translation Perspectives 6). Albany: State University of New York. 348 pp.
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Selected essays from "Translating Latin America, an interdisciplinary conference on culture as text", Binghamton, 1990. ISSN: 0890-4758


This edited volume compiles thirty-four essays that aim to investigate the translation of Latin America within its own borders and abroad, with a focus on the United States of America. Some of the topics discussed include the translation of Caribbean French texts into English, the relation between Nahuatl and Spanish, the constraints in translating Latin American texts, important historical texts and testimonies, Chicano poetry, Latin American literature and their reception in the United States and other issues.
Source : J. Vluijmans

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