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    Taduttore Traditore Translation is often portrayed as being an easy task, a simple transfer of words and sentences from a language to another. Because some people are bilingual or polyglots it doesn’t mean they can be translators. Translation is a very hard and difficult task to accomplish. In this essay, the focus will be on the maxim “Taduttore Traditore” (from the Italian”to translate is to betray”), trying to understand and analyse its meanings and implications. And then, try to consider whether

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    Translation Analysis Since there is no a definitive translation of any text, multiple translations can allow us to conceive the original text (even if we don’t know the language of the source text). "The study of multiple translations substantially enlarges the interpretive process and perspectives that readers draw from the text" (Schulte 1994). In other words, comparing various translations of the same text as in (Charles Baudelaire Correspondence, A Multiple Reading of Rainer Maria Rilke 's “The

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    Evaluation Criteria for Text Sources Title and Author of Source: Enoch, Jessica and Jordynn, Jack. "Remembering Sappho: new perspectives on teaching and writing women's rhetorical history." College English 73(5): pp. 518-537. Print. (Copy). Retrieved from: ProQuest Database. [Accessed on 31 May 2012]. First, consult the document entitled "Guidelines for Evaluating Sources". Then judge the credibility of the all the sources you located (use one worksheet for each source) according to each of

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    Introduction Research Background Derived from the Latin intertexto, intertextuality is the complex relationship between texts, which accounts for a separate field or location in which the text can act. The term “intertextuality”was acknowledged as Julia Kristeva’s coinage in the late 1960s in the context of structuralist and post-structuralist thoughts going at it hammer and tongs. Translation Studies, an interdisciplinary field, centers on creating a comprehensive solution for complex problems encountered

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    fast-emerging profession in the digital world today, is a career path that most linguists would be interested to take on. Who else won’t be enticed by its monetary and non-monetary benefits and promising career growth that can translate to a steady source of income and professional fulfillment? A lot of these translation companies invest so much on their employees through different programs that seek to reward them of their hardwork and dedication. Big companies, such as ISO Translations, offer a variety

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    In the article Nonadherence and osteoporosis treatment preferences of older women: a qualitative study, Unson et al. (2003) outlines a qualitative study that involves focus group discussions. The purpose of this study is to show that physicians must have an understanding of patients’ medication beliefs in order to enhance medication adherence. This study examined how beliefs about medication and four osteoporosis treatments influenced treatment selection and adherence. The framework in the study

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    The Great Strike of 1877 coming after the heels of the Civil war and in the midst of a time of economic upheaval in American society, this is not argued, this is the fact of the time. We now have many primary source documents that we can use to ask questions and make judgements about this period in American history. Perhaps most importantly is the everlasting ability of using the media specifically newspapers during this time period, to sway public opinion. The question a historian finds himself

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    Annotated Bibliography "59 Radio Address about the American Right of Privacy. February 23, 1974." American Reference Library - Primary Source Documents, Jan. 2001, p. 1. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mih&AN=32360825. The personal rights that lead to a good life are important but the most important right is the right to privacy. People have been talking for years about the right of privacy. The use of computers made access to Americans personal data very easy. The

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    broadly, everyone else using Google. The article makes some very strong assumptions and is a very interesting read. With little proof to back up what is being assumed in Carr’s article, “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” I decided to look for a secondary source to back up or dispute Carr’s assumptions. After a lot of research I found an article published by three researchers, Bets Sparrow, Daniel M. Wegner and Jenny Liu from Columbia University, Harvard University and The University of Wisconsin. The article

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    In order to construct an effective means for studying periodicals, therefore, it would seem that deliberate effort must be given not only to the assembly and dissemination of unexpurgated copies of these texts but also to material categorization and searchability. One cogent statement by Latham and Scholes reiterates this simple truth: “the usefulness of a digital archive depends heavily on our ability to find things in it” (521). In order to further mitigate

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