Table of contents for Theories of translation : an anthology of essays from Dryden to Derrida / edited by Rainer Schulte and John Biguenet.


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Introduction
1. Hugo Friedrich
On The Art of Translation
2. John Dryden
On Translation
3. Arthur Schopenhauer
On Language and Words
4. Friedrich Schleiermacher
From On the Different Methods of Translating
5. Wilhelm von Humboldt
From Introduction to His Translation of Agamemnon
6. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Translations
7. Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Preface to The Early Italian Poets
8. Friedrich Nietzsche
On the Problem of Translation
9. Walter Benjamin
The Task of the Translator
10. Ezra Pound
Guido's Relations
11. Jose; Ortega y Gasset
The Misery and the Splendor of Translation
12. Paul Vale;ry
Variations on the Eclogues
13. Vladimir Nabokov
Problems of Translation: Onegin in English
14. Roman Jakobson
On Linguistic Aspects of Translation
15. Octavio Paz
Translation: Literature and Letters
16. Peter Szondi
The Poetry of Constancy: Paul Celan's Translation of Shakespeare's Sonnet 105
17. Yves Bonnefoy
Translating Poetry
18. Henry Schogt
Semantic Theory and Translation Theory
19. Michael Riffaterre
Transposing Presuppositions on the Semiotics of Literary Translation
20. Jacques Derrida
From Des Tours de Babel
21. Hans Erich Nossack
Translating and Being Translated
Biographies of the Essayists
Select Bibliography






Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Translating and interpreting -- History.