Publication details [#9740]

Bernardo, Aldo S. 1977. Maximizing computer assistance in translating key texts: Petrarch's Familiares. In Gaddis Rose, Marilyn, ed. Translation in the humanities. Albany: State University of New York. pp. 47–52.
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Article in jnl/bk
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Person as a subject


Having devoted most of his scholarly life to the Italian Humanist Francis Petrarch, the author turns his attention to the possibility of having the computer assist him in the translation of his Latin prose works, more particularly his correspondence. The aim is not only to expedite the process of translation itself, but to provide a variety of additional possibilities that go beyond mere translation, especially taking into account that Petrarch's Latin served as a model for the early and high Renaissance.
Source : Based on abstract in book