Book review
Eleonora Federici, ed. Translating Gender
Bern: Peter Lang, 2011. 274 pp. ISBN 978-3-0343-0405-4

Reviewed by Márta Minier
Cardiff

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Translating Gender edited by Eleonora Federici (in collaboration with Manuela Coppola, Michael Cronin and Renata Oggero) is a welcome addition to a long series of publications on gender-specific takes on literary and, to a considerably lesser extent, media and commercial translation. The collection of articles also reflects to some degree on creative writing as translation, cultural translation in a broad and inclusive sense of the term, and the issue of gender and language from a linguistic point of view.

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