volume 12, issue 2, P83-115 2007
DOI: 10.7202/037374ar
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Abstract: Said Writer to Reader. Translation as Lignification — Lignification, the degenerative process whereby language hardens into cliché and discourse remains stuck in the already-said, manifests itself in every type of language practise, from the everyday to the poetic.Translation, by its very nature, deals with the already-said, but the relationship is all too frequently regressive, at the level of both practise and theory : hence, the empirically observable inferiority of so many target-texts with respect to the …

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