Book review
Yves Gambier, éd. Les transferts linguistiques dans les médias audiovisuels
Lille: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 1996. 246 pp. ISBN 2-85939-489-3 FF 140,-.

Reviewed by Aline Remael
Antwerpen

Table of contents

Yves Gambier's most recent publication on language transfer in the audiovisual media is a welcome addition to the now quickly expanding literature on audiovisual (hereafter AV) translation, because it groups a number of concerns and provides a state-ofthe-art introduction to the different forms of linguistic transfer used in audiovisual communication. The selected bibliography that rounds off the collection of articles bears witness to a growing interest in the field and provides the reader with further introductory material.

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