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Journal Title:  Target 
Volume Number:  20 
Issue Number:  1 
Issue Date:  2008 


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Table of contents

Articles     

Skopos and beyond: A critical study of functionalism 
Celia Martín de León   
 
Outlining a new linguistic theory of translation 
Massimiliano Morini    

Salim al Dawudi and the beginnings of translation into Arabic of Modern Hebrew
literature 
Mahmoud Kayyal    

Translation technologies: Scope, tools and resources 
Amparo Alcina    

Translating into a new LSP: The translation of laws in the Republic of Cyprus 
Stefanos Vlachopoulos    

The Circumscribed Infinites Scheme (CIS): A deconstructive approach to
translating poetry 
Adolfo Martín García   
 
A missing link in Itamar Even-Zohar's theoretical thinking 
Nam Fung Chang    

Forum     

Is Translation Studies too much about translation?: A reply to Jan Blommaert 
Michael Boyden    

Book reviews     

Norbert Bachleitner and Michaela Wolf (eds.). Soziologie der literarischen
Übersetzung. 
Reviewed by Mary Snell-Hornby    

Dirk Delabastita and Rainier Grutman (eds.). Fictionalising translation and
multilingualism. 
Reviewed by Paul Bandia   

Marie-Hélène Catherine Torres. Variations sur l'étranger dans les lettres. 
Reviewed by Marieke Delahaye    

Sabine Braun. Kommunikation unter widrigen Umständen: Fallstudien zu
einsprachigen und gedolmetschten Videokonferenzen. 
Reviewed by Sylvia Kalina    

Heidemarie Salevsky, Hrsg. Kultur, Interpretation, Translation: Ausgewählte
Beiträge aus 15 Jahren Forschungsseminar. 
Reviewed by Michael Schreiber    

Karin Aijmer and Cecilia Alvstad (eds.). New tendencies in Translation Studies:
Selected papers from a workshop, Göteborg 12 December 2003. 
Reviewed by Sara Laviosa    

Robert France and Kenneth Haynes (eds.). The Oxford history of literary
translation in English, Vol. 4: 1790-1900. 
Reviewed by Armin Paul Frank   
 
New books at a glance    
 
Ann-Mari Gunnesson. Écrire à deux voix: Eric de Kuyper, auto-traducteur (Rainier
Grutman); Michel Ballard, ed. Qu'est-ce que la traductologie? (Jean Peeters);
Eterio Pajares. La novela inglesa en traducción al español durante los siglos
XVIII y XIX: aproximación bibliográfica (Marcos Rodríguez Espinosa)     
Other books received 



Linguistic Field(s): Translation






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