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  • Literature And TranslationName: Virani Nilam v.Role No.:18Sem.:3Paper:E-L-105 Translation StudySubmitted to: S.B.Gardi Department of English ,S.M.K. Bhavnagar University
  • What is Literature? Coming from Latin word ‘litterae’Use metaphorical Language e.g. ‘My love is like red red rose’X-ray image of society Mrs. Woolfs novelWritten form e.g. Books and Web sites
  • Cont. Gives information e.g. History book, News paper Expression of idea and feeling e.g. Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’
  • What is not Literature? Does not have Words E.g. Book but it has picture onlyDirect information e.g. News Paper
  • What is Translation? A process of translating words e.g. Hello –ohéThe process of turning an original text into a text inanother Language. e.g. Hamlet is translated into Gujarati.
  • Types Of TranslationParaphrase:• Derive from Latin ‘paraphrasis’• ‘additional manner of expression’• typically explains the text e.g. ‘The signal was red.’- ‘The train was not allowed to proceed.’
  • Cont… Metaphrase Referring to literal Translation Word by word and line by line translation
  • Use of TranslationLiterary useTranslation of literary work e.g. Short story, poem etc. Non-literary use Translation of non-literary work e.g. business documentation, letter etc.