Publication details [#9733]

Publication type
Article in jnl/bk
Publication language
Person as a subject
Title as subject


This article first summarizes George Steiner's hermeutic motion (After After Babel, pp. 296-413), discussing the mental operations a translator goes through when commiting his understanding of the source text to expression as a target text. In a second step the author attempts to supplement its lacunae by drawing up a six-step scheme: 1) pleliminary analysis; 2) exhausive style and content analysis; 3) acclimation of the text; 4) reformulation of the text; 5) analysis of the translation; 6) review and comparison.
Source : Based on abstract in book