Book review
Yves Gambier & Jorma Tommola, eds. Translation and Knowledge: SSOTT IV—Scandinavian Symposium on Translation Theory (Turku, 4-6.6.1992).
Turku: University of Turku—Centre for Translation and Interpreting, 1993. vi + 418 pp. ISBN 951-880-951-8

Reviewed by Kirsten Malmkjær
Cambridge

Table of contents

Translation and Knowledge, the proceedings of the Fourth Scandinavian Symposium on Translation Theory (SSOTT IV), contains 29 papers divided into four Parts: I: History/epistemology (4 papers); II: Background knowledge and cross-linguistic communication (9 papers); III: Processes and strategies (8 papers); IV: Genres and conventions (8 papers).

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