Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies
Routledge, 2 sept. 2003 - 680 pages
This one-volume Encyclopedia covers both the conceptual framework and history of translation. Organised alphabetically for ease of access, a team of experts from around the world has been gathered together to provide unique, new insights.
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