2 edition of Publishing translations in Fascist Italy found in the catalog.
Publishing translations in Fascist Italy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Italian modernities -- v. 5|
|LC Classifications||Z341 .R86 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009040751|
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In the s translation became a key issue in the cultural politics of the Fascist regime due to the fact that Italy was publishing more translations than any other country in the world.
Making use of extensive archival research, the author of this new study examines this ‘invasion of translations’ through a detailed statistical analysis of the translation by: In the s translation became a key issue in the cultural politics of the Fascist regime due to the fact that Italy was publishing more translations than any other country in the : Christopher Rundle.
In the s translation became a key issue in the cultural politics of the Fascist regime due Publishing translations in Fascist Italy book the fact that Italy was publishing more translations than any other country in the world. Making use of extensive archival research, the author of this new study examines this ‘invasion of translations’ through a detailed statistical analysis of the translation market.
Establishing the Fascist regime --The statistics of the translation industry --The translation Publishing translations in Fascist Italy book, --Translation and cultural autarky, --Translation as cultural pollution, "In the s translation became a key issue in the Publishing translations in Fascist Italy book politics of the Fascist regime due to the fact that Italy was publishing more translations than any other country in the world.
Making use of extensive archival research, the author of. T1 - Book Review of Publishing translations in fascist Italy. AU - Sinibaldi, Caterina. PY - Y1 - N2 - Book review of Publishing translations in fascist Italy by Christopher Rundle.
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JF Author: Caterina Sinibaldi. Publishing Translations in Fascist Italy. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, Pp. The originality of Christopher Rundle's approach lies in its investigation of translation as a publishing phenomenon, rather than a literary one (4).
The purpose of this study is to examine the birth of a translation industry in Italy during the fascist regime, and describe how, despite the fact that translations became the focal point for questions of cultural and political prestige, the regime took very little action to hinder their influx until the last few years before its collapse.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Publishing Translations in Mussolini's Italy: A Case Study of Arnoldo Mondadori. AU - Rundle, Christopher. PY - Y1 - N2 - Using extensive archival research this article looks in detail at how Arnoldo Mondadori, the most important publisher of translations in Italy in the s, negotiated the complex political situation and the often Cited by: Rundle, Christopher () 'Publishing Translations in Mussolini's Italy: a Case Study of Arnoldo Mondadori', Textus 12(2): Memorie inutili.
La censura teatrale nel ventennioAuthor: Christopher Rundle. English-Language Publishing translations in Fascist Italy book of Works in Translation. Note: Any publisher is a potential publisher of translations, as long as it fits their editorial program.
This is a list of publishers Publishing translations in Fascist Italy book have a record of publishing translations, or that specialize in publishing translations. Abacus Books Action Books actionbooks. Banned books are books or other printed works such as essays or plays which are prohibited by law or to which free access is not permitted by other means.
The practice Publishing translations in Fascist Italy book banning books is a form of censorship, from political, legal, religious, moral, or (less often) commercial article lists notable banned books and works, giving a brief context for the reason that each.
This bibliography lists English-language translations of twentieth-century Italian literature published chiefly in book form between and In doing so it continues for the field of literature the volume by Nancy C. Shields, Italian Translations in America, which lists almost all translations up to But where Shields included only translations in American.
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score: 95, and 2 people voted. The history of translation has focused on literary work but this book demonstrates the way in which political control can influence and be influenced by translation choices.
New research and specially commissioned essays give access to existing research projects which. The history of the Einaudi publishing house, particularly the relationship between Giulio Einaudi — as a citizen and a publisher — and the regime, I will analyse the way in which Giulio Einaudi managed to publish translations in Fascist Italy and the influence of domestic and foreign policies on the translation and publishing by: 1.
1, words. Translated by Guillaume Durocher. Translator’s Note: This has been retranslated from a French translation. I have improved the paragraphing.
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I would not be a bit surprised if it became a classic by: While existing work has recognised the important role played by foreign crime fiction in the first Italian book series (particularly in Mondadori’s “I GIalli”; see see D’Orsi and Volpatti, ), no study has focused specifically on translation as.
In Italy, freedom of press is guaranteed by the Constitution of Censorship in Italy was applied especially during the Fascist Regime of Benito Mussolini ().
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The discussion on the subject of translations developed from an aesthetic question in the s, centring on the contribution that literary exchange could potentially make to the modernization Author: Christopher Rundle.
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The purpose of this essay is to begin an examination into how the fascist regime reacted to the high number of translations which were being published in Italy; in particular translations from English during a period, the s, when Britain was.
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