Position:Translation Theory

Translation criticizes analyse and interpreter practice

From;    Author:Stand originally

The interpreter is to use form of a kind of language to show the content in form of another kind of language afresh the language that come carries out an activity. But interpreter or an art, be language art create again. If compare writing into free dancing, the interpreter is dancing as wearing ” of “ darby anklet, and jump beautifully even. Because the creation of origianl work does not accept the restriction of language form, and the interpreter should consider already right textual faithful, want to convey textual idea according to the language regulation of translation again. Will tell from this meaning, the interpreter is not as easy as creation, sometimes more difficult even.
Difficulty is greater, its artistic quality is higher also. The interpreter is a never-ending art, its artistic beauty had been head and shoulders above the category of the language. A when learn an interpreter main avenue is interpreter practice. Now, we pass pair of “Tess Of TheD’Urbervilles” the study of a few kinds of translation of work of this one literature, research and review analyse, go experiencing the interpreter's secret and hardships, also appreciate the interpreter's verve and joy at the same time.
Textual appreciation:
Tess Of The D’Urbervilles " liver mosses silk "
By Thomas Hardy
Hold Mass · in the palm to breath out era to write
(An Excerpt From Chapter Two)
(the 2nd chapter is chosen paragraph)
This Fertile And Sheltered Tract Of Country, in Which Thefields Are Never Brown And The Springs Never Dry, is Boundedon The South By The Bold Chalk Ridge That Embraces Theprominences Of Hambledon Hill, bulbarrow, nettleeombeTout, dogbury, high Stoy, and Bubb Down. The Traveler Fromthe Coast, who, after Plodding Northward For As Score Of Milesover Calcareous Down And Corn—Lands, suddenly Rechcs Theverge Of One Of These Escarpments, is Surprised And Delightedto Behold, extended Like A Map Beneath Him, country Differingabsolutely From That Which He Was Passed Through. Behindhim The Hill Are Open, the Sun Blazes Down Upon Fields So Largeas To Give An Unenclosed To The Landscape, the Lanes Are White,
The Hedges Low And Plashed, the Atmosphere Colorless. Here,
In The Valley, the World Seems To Be Constructed Upon Asmaller And More Delicate Scale: The Fields Are Mere Paddocks,

So Reduced That From This Height Their Hedgerows Appear Anetwork Of Dark Green Threads Overspreading The Paler Greenof The Grass. The Atmosphere Beneath Is Languorous, and Is Sotinged With Azure That What Artists Call The Middle Distancepartakes Also Of That Hue, while The Horizon Beyond Is Of Thedeepest Ultramarine. Arable Lands Are Few And Limited: Withbut Slight Exceptions The Prospect Is A Broad Rich Mass Ofgrass And Tress, mantling Minor Hills And Dales Within Themajor. Such Is The Vale Of Blackmoor.
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