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Translated Children's Fiction in New Zealand

  • Livre Relié
  • 268 Nombre de pages
Anne Siebeck studied German Literature, English Literature and Education at the J.W.-Goethe University of Frankfurt. She received... Lire la suite
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Anne Siebeck studied German Literature, English Literature and Education at the J.W.-Goethe University of Frankfurt. She received her doctorate in Literary Translation Studies from the Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand) for the thesis this book is based on.



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In 2005, a new publisher entered the New Zealand market - the first to specialise in English translations of children's books. The notion of «homegrown translations» was a new departure for a post-colonial book market dominated for several decades by literary nationalism. This study aims to illuminate the history of translated children's books in New Zealand and the sociocultural context in which the translations of this new publisher are produced and received in order to account for the peculiarities of marketing and reception associated with them. For this purpose, diachronic and synchronic perspectives are combined with case studies of individual books and series.



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Contents: The History of Translated Children's Literature in New Zealand - Specific Conditions of the New Zealand Children's Book Market - Nationalism - The Education System, Educational Publishing and Children's Literature - Gaps in the Children's Book Market - Case Studies - Translation, Identity and Children's Literature in New Zealand.

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Titre: Translated Children's Fiction in New Zealand
Sous-titre: History, Conditions of Production, Case Studies
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Code EAN: 9783631650110
ISBN: 978-3-631-65011-0
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Lang, Peter GmbH
Genre: Linguistique et sciences de la littérature
nombre de pages: 268
Poids: 446g
Taille: H216mm x B151mm x T22mm
Année: 2014

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