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The concept of style is central to our understanding and construction of texts. But how do translators take style into account in reading the source text and in creating a target text? This book attempts to bring some coherence to a highly interdisciplinary area of translation studies.
Jean Boase-Beier is Senior Lecturer in the School of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia, where she runs the MA in Literary Translation and teaches stylistics. In addition to publishing widely on style and translation, she is co-editor of The Practices of Literary Translation (1999), a translator of German poetry, and editor of Visible Poets, a series of bilingual poetry books.