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ERIC Number: EJ1114538
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016
Abstractor: As Provided
Rendering of Foreign Language Inclusions in the Russian Translations of the Novels by Graham Greene
Valeeva, Roza A.; Martynova, Irina N.
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, v11 n8 p1863-1875 2016
The importance of the problem under discussion is preconditioned by the scientific inquiry of the best variants of foreign language inclusions translation which would suite original narration in the source text stylistically, emotionally and conceptually and also fully projects the author's communicative intention in every particular case. The article aims at bringing to light certain peculiarities of rendering foreign language inclusions in the Russian translations of the novels by Graham Greene depending on their historical and cultural context and the nature of foreign words used in them. The key research method employed is translation and linguistic analysis enabling to disclose the specifics of foreign language inclusions' functioning in a text and particular features of their rendering in the process of translation. The analysis showed the main way of rendering foreign language inclusions which was used while translating works by Graham Greene--full foreign language inclusions with their translations in the footnotes or in the text. A great number of foreign language inclusions are used in the Russian graphical form and according to the grammar rules of this language. The research results may be useful at the universities' curricula and in-service education of translators.
Descriptors: Russian, Translation, English, Novels, Second Language Learning, Cultural Context, Intention, Language Usage, Language Variation, Authors, Grammar, Second Language Instruction, Higher Education, Discourse Analysis
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