Post-socialist translation practices : ideological struggle in children's literature / Nike K. Pokorn
- Pokorn, Nike K. (Nike Kocijančič)
- Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins, 
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- Physical Description:
- viii, 188 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 25 cm.
- Benjamins translation library ; v. 103. EST subseries
- Machine generated contents note: The voice of the East: Towards a Post-Socialist Translation Studies? -- Eclectic and paradoxical frameworks -- The historical background as reflected in translations -- From mediaeval times to Austria-Hungary -- The interwar period -- The Second World War -- The early post-war period -- Yugoslav Communists and the Church -- The organisation of the Slovene and Yugoslav Communist Parties -- Socialist publishing houses -- From self-management to independence -- Yugoslav wars and their consequences -- The export of Slovene children's literature -- The corpus of retranslated texts -- Stylistic reasons and problematic translators -- Re-translations for stylistic and linguistic reasons -- The Jungle Books -- Re-translations triggered by "problematic" and unacceptable translators -- Pinocchio -- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer -- Punktchen und Anton -- Fairy tales without unhealthy additions -- Cinderella -- Snow-White and Rose-Red -- Andersen's Little Match Girl -- Children's best-sellers -- Bambi -- Winnetou -- The Story and the Death of Kleki-petra -- Ave Maria -- Heidi -- Treasure Island -- Adapted literature for adults -- Uncle Tom's Cabin or Life among the Lowly -- Robinson Crusoe -- Michel Strogoff -- Translations in Slovene primary school textbooks and readers -- Translation has always been a political matter -- The results of the analysis -- Censorial mechanisms -- The interviews -- Self-Censorship -- Avoidance of sanctions -- Internalisation of ideological dictates -- Conscious support for Communist ideology.
- 9789027224538 (hbk. : alk. paper)
9027224536 (hbk. : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -171, -184) and index.
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