PREVAJANJE KLETVIC IN PSOVK V DELU JAMESA KELMANA HOW LATE IT WAS, HOW LATEMitja Ogrizek
, 2016, magistrsko delo
Opis: Namen magistrskega dela je, ugotoviti primernost prevoda kletvic in psovk v romanu Jamesa Kelmana How late it was how late. Prevajalec Andrej E. Skubic je večino kletvic in psovk sicer ohranil, vendar jih ni vedno ustrezno prevedel.
V teoretičnem delu magistrske naloge opredeljujemo tako pojem sleng kot tudi preklinjanje in preverjamo, kako prevajalci prevajajo kletvice in psovke. V praktičnem delu primerjamo originalno delo in prevod, ugotavljamo in analiziramo razlike, ki so nastale v procesu prevajanja.
Rezultati primerjave so pokazali, da je prevajalec tovrstne izraze večinoma ohranil, vendar je kljub temu prišlo do prevajalskih premikov. Kletvic in psovk ni vedno prilagodil ciljni publiki. V večini primerov je prišlo tudi do pomenskih premikov, kar je nedvomno vplivalo na percepcijo prevoda v ciljni kulturi.
Ključne besede: sleng, preklinjanje, kletvice in psovke, James Kelman, How late it was how late, Kako pozno, pozno je bilo, prevajanje kletvic in psovk, sociolekt
Objavljeno: 14.04.2016; Ogledov: 982; Prenosov: 130
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ANTI-APARTHEID POINT OF VIEW IN NADINE GORDIMER`S NOVELSAndrejka Šerbec
, 2015, diplomsko delo
Opis: My graduation thesis focuses on four novels: Burger`s Daughter, July`s People, The World of Strangers and The Late Bourgeois World, written by Nadine Gordimer. In her novels she used point of view to signal her opposition to apartheid.
Nadine Gordimer is a white author who lived in South Africa during the years when the policy of apartheid was very much alive. The novels were published between 1958 and1981. The time setting of all novels is during the apartheid, which plays a significant role in the lives and fates of the characters. These literary works present what it was like living under apartheid and the terrible consequences of it for black South Africans, but mostly for white people who wanted to make their contribution in the anti-apartheid struggle. Her anti-apartheid point of view is reflected through various themes.
The main characters in her novels are whites, male and female, who strongly disagree with the institution of apartheid and want to overthrow it, but at the same time she shows the sufferings of exploited black people. She mentions many historical events that took place in South Africa, but she focuses on the lives and emotions of the protagonists and the relationships between them, and she builds a work of literature over historical details. Her literary works provide a mirror through which the people of South Africa in the decades of apartheid could view themselves. Through her characters the whole historical process is crystallized.
Ključne besede: apartheid, anti-apartheid, Nadine Gordimer, Burger`s Daughter, The Late Bourgeois World, The World of Strangers, July`s People
Objavljeno: 16.02.2015; Ogledov: 877; Prenosov: 82
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Women in the Canterbury Tales: Between a Saint and a SinnerMihaela Juričan
, 2011, diplomsko delo
Opis: The diploma thesis compares the life and the status of women in the late medieval society with some of the female characters from the Canterbury Tales. The author of these Tales is Geoffrey Chaucer who is often named the Father of English Poetry. Beside his life and work this diploma thesis also presents his attitude to women in his family and his view on medieval women in general. Chaucer’s view on women varied from the generally accepted opinion imposed by the ecclesiastic and didactic literature. The mentality and the values of the late medieval society were quite different from the modern society. That is why it is difficult to describe and explain the view of the world in the fourteenth century from the modern viewpoint. The diploma thesis mentions the political, religious, and social changes that occurred in the fourteenth century England. The most important events and occurrences that led England to the riots but also to the formation of national awareness are mentioned. This diploma thesis focuses on the perception of women in the late medieval society which was dominated by men. The depictions of women in the late medieval literature were often much generalized as they were presented as sinful Eves or saint Marys. Chaucer avoided this traditional perception by creating more complex female characters. The role of his female characters was more important than it was usually assigned to female characters in the late medieval literature.
Ključne besede: Geoffrey Chaucer, women, submission, late Middle Ages, Canterbury Tales
Objavljeno: 27.02.2012; Ogledov: 1478; Prenosov: 117
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