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Journal:   TRANSLATION STUDIES   WINTER 2013 , Volume 10 , Number 40; Page(s) 127 To 142.
 
Paper: 

TRANSLATING HAFEZ: EXAMINING THE FEASIBILITY OF A DECONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH

 
 
Author(s):  REZAEI REZA*
 
* ALLAMEH TABATABA’I UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

In the present research attempt is made to employ a Derridean deconstructive theory of translation in analyzing two English translations of some Ghazals of Hafez. To this end, first a logical line of critical theories that somehow serve translation theory and have a footprint ‘in deconstruction is followed. Then, the deconstructive arguments are utilized to analyze a few Ghazals in relation to their translations. Finally, some suggestions are made for further research in this field. In short, the researcher is convinced, relying on the results of the study, that a deconstructive theory of translation is feasible for analyzing the existing translations of Hafez. It was also found that such an approach can reveal certain facts that would go unnoticed using a traditional linguistics-based theory of translation.

 
Keyword(s): DECONSTRUCTION, DECONSTRUCTIVE FORCE, MEANING
 
 
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APA: Copy

REZAEI, R. (2013). TRANSLATING HAFEZ: EXAMINING THE FEASIBILITY OF A DECONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH. TRANSLATION STUDIES, 10(40), 127-142. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=510227



Vancouver: Copy

REZAEI REZA. TRANSLATING HAFEZ: EXAMINING THE FEASIBILITY OF A DECONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH. TRANSLATION STUDIES. 2013 [cited 2021July30];10(40):127-142. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=510227



IEEE: Copy

REZAEI, R., 2013. TRANSLATING HAFEZ: EXAMINING THE FEASIBILITY OF A DECONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH. TRANSLATION STUDIES, [online] 10(40), pp.127-142. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=510227.



 
 
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