Features of Discourse Presentation in Translation: Literary and Narratological Insights into Translation Universals

Päivi Kuusi
Several translation scholars have recognised translation as a form of
discourse mediation or discourse presentation (see, for example, Mossop 1998). In line with this, ‘universals’ of translation have also been re-framed in the larger context of discourse mediation, as mediation universals rather than something strictly translationspecific (Ulrych 2009). In the present article, this line of enquiry is developed by comparing some of the alleged universals of translation, namely standardization and explicitation, with insights from literary...
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