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Izzivi pri prevajanju afroameriške pogovorne angleščine na primerih posodobljenih prevodov The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in To Kill a Mockingbird v slovenski jezik
Mitja Brünec, 2018, master's thesis

Abstract: Prevajanje književnih besedil, ki so napisana v knjižnem jeziku, prevajalcem predstavlja številne izzive zaradi razlik med izhodiščnim ter ciljnim jezikom in kulturo, še zahtevnejše pa je prevajanje besedil, ki poleg knjižnega jezika vsebujejo še neknjižne jezikovne zvrsti, zlasti kadar je celotno delo napisano v neknjižni jezikovni zvrsti. Primer neknjižne jezikovne zvrsti v angleščini je afroameriška pogovorna angleščina, ki ima posebne jezikovne strukture, z njo pa avtor besedila običajno želi prikazati razlike med liki v sloju, kulturi, geografskem območju izobraženosti ipd. Vse te značilnosti mora prevajalec prenesti v ciljni jezik in kulturo, pri tem pa se mora poslužiti raznih prevajalskih strategij in se odločiti, ali bo v prevodu obdržal neknjižno jezikovno zvrst ali ne. Izziv lahko predstavljajo tudi izrazi poimenovanja za temnopolte, ki jih je v slovenščini veliko manj, povezani pa so z afroameriško skupnostjo in kulturo v Združenih državah in se ne pojavljajo le v afroameriški književnosti. Prevod, ki nastane, pa lahko tudi zastara ali kako drugače ni primeren in tako nastane težnja po novem prevodu. V magistrski nalogi obravnavamo zgoraj omenjene teme, hkrati pa na podlagi primerov iz romanov The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in To Kill a Mockingbird analiziramo prevode, ki jih med seboj primerjamo in ugotavljamo, kako so se prevajalci istega dela in, kjer je to mogoče, obeh del lotili prevajanja določenih značilnosti afroameriške pogovorne angleščine in poimenovanj za temnopolte. Pri tem smo pozorni predvsem na uporabljene prevajalske strategije pri prevajanju neknjižne zvrsti jezika v slovenščino in razlike med prevodi. Vsakemu primeru podamo tudi svoj predlog, kjer se nam to zdi ustrezno.
Keywords: socialne zvrsti jezika, prevajanje neknjižnih zvrsti jezika, posodabljanje prevodov, afroameriška pogovorna angleščina, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, To Kill a Mockingbird, Pustolovščine Huckleberryja Finna, Prigode Huckleberryja Finna, Ne ubijaj slavca, Če ubiješ oponašalca
Published in DKUM: 04.10.2018; Views: 1402; Downloads: 96
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First-Person Narrator's Mind Style in Slovenian Translations of the Novel To Kill a Mockingbird
Tadeja Tement, 2017, master's thesis

Abstract: The Master’s thesis explores the first-person narrator's mind style in Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird (1960) and its first Slovenian translation entitled Ne ubijaj slavca (1964). The second Slovenian translation with the title Če ubiješ oponašalca (2015) is used as a means of comparison and illustration of different translations. Mind style is concerned with how a literary character perceives the fictional world and it can be studied through linguistic categories. In the case of To Kill a Mockingbird, the features of the narrator’s mind style can be observed in three main areas: lexical choices, particularly the use of complex and evaluative adjectives, adverbs and numerous different verbs of movement; a frequent use of epistemic modality; and in the type of cohesive devices. A detailed analysis of the first translation revealed consistent translation shifts on the microstructural level in all these categories. As a result, the narrator’s lexical repertoire seems to be less varied and more child-like, she conveys a higher degree of objectivity and certainty in her utterances because many epistemic modality markers are omitted, and she sounds more explicit and repetitive than the “same” narrator in the original. The cumulative effect of these translation shifts does not only alter the narrator’s perceptions of the fictional world, but also influences the target readers’ perception of the narrator. The analysis of mind styles in both Slovenian translations demonstrated that the second Slovenian translation remained much more faithful to the original in terms of rendering these features of mind style.
Keywords: literary translation, stylistics, mind style, translation shifts, To Kill a Mockingbird
Published in DKUM: 08.05.2017; Views: 2255; Downloads: 139
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