Allí era donde las putas del Barrio esperaban a sus parroquianos, al filo del atardecer, aunque cuando la VI Flota recalaba en el Puerto no daban abasto en todo el día.
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Finally, it accords with the target text world of the time, as sex shop, for example, is too obviously contemporary.
The grupo escort 'parroquianos' (literally parishioners, also regular customers) referred to in (2a) is translated as punters.
To return then to the question of deficiency in reading, mentioned above, I will now focus specifically on the issue of translating a novel.Appendix : Rich Points in 'Un Calor Tan Cercano' The items listed in each of the categories below have only been investigated superficially, and so may require substantial further research.Therefore, as an element that is crucial to the narrative, there is a strong case for direct transfer.As an aside on the issue of non-contemporary choices of language, one final comment should be made in respect of the temporal dialect (Hatim and Mason 1990:41) of the novel.I will now demonstrate how analysis of these particular items provided important insights to the novel.Conclusions Reading through a novel at least a couple of times prior to translation is an essential part of the process itself, but gist reading is particularly useful as another approach to obtaining an overall vision of the novel structure and parts.Copyright m and the author.The List of Forbidden Places) can be used here to convey something of the mystery of the establishment.Bassnett-McGuire (1991) also discusses the roles of the translator as reader and the reader as translator.fuet (Catalan sausage mojama (dried salted tuna alli-i-oli (garlic mayonnaise monas de Pascua (kind of Easter cake chuscos de pan (breadcrusts ristra de bizcocho (a kind of/collection of sponge cake(s)?It is played as either singles or doubles on a three-walled court (fronton) with a hard rubber ball (pelota) that is hurled with a wicker basket (cesta) attached to the player's arm.Un Calor Tan Cercano by Maruja Torres.
Obviously, in the case of a foreign culture, the translators reading will also be a form of interpretation on behalf of the ultimate reader.
Tango and lunfardo* vocabulary other non-Spanish/catalan words: recamier, étoile de niege (French) / boliche, macana, bacán, yirar, bulín, engrupir, mina, pollera, grela, piantar, malevolo, pebeta, fané, descangallada (Lunfardo).
Of the two designations, the latter is in my opinion more appropriate to the task of translation, given that it both presupposes difficulty and refers to making sense of the world, the former affecting the translators task from a practical point of view, the latter.
Profanity (see body of text).Mi relación con el catalán un idioma que nunca será como mi piel, pero sin cuya existencia no puedo sentirme a gusto en mi piel se la debía también a mi tío, un barcelonés de quinta generación con quien Amelia había conseguido casarse, aportándolo como.On a practical level, the thornier translation issues may be highlighted from the outset, research can be got underway at an early stage of translation, and assessment of workload is easier once some perspective has been obtained.The reference to the Blue Division raised a particular problem, as it was officially disbanded in 1944, yet the book, set in 1954, refers to it, as we see here (Manuela is in the port (4a) cuando las tres fuimos a recibir el Semíramis, que.llonguet (a kind of bread pimiento morrón (sweet red pepper, usually fried gachas (a kind of pudding gomas de pan (a kind of bread?In regard to 'el bar Orgía the transparency of the name, not to mention the details provided by Manuela, leaves the reader in no doubt as to its function.Issues such as authorial intention, potential equivalence or adequacy, cultural gaps and assumptions about presupposed knowledge are constantly brought to the fore.43, 137, 244, 219).Of the two, and considering the authors intention, the former is far more important, the latter is perhaps incidental.
Leaving 'Gomas y Lavajes' untranslated, however, may not be practical.
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