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In this book, the author presents and analyses translations and translation problems.
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"...contemporary world where human rights violations are an everyday occurance, the goal Marianne Garre sets herself can only be commended..." -- The Canadian Association for Translation Studies
"...timely and relevant in exploring the communicative, the cognitive, and the legal sides of translation...The writing is professional and readable, taking the reader on a rewarding journey." -- Robert Jarvella, Professor, Department of English, Co penhagen Business School.
"Her [Garre's] study -- intellectually sound as it is -- will develop a more coherent translation in the human rights field for the benefit of scholars, practitioners and not least for those individuals whose rights have been violated." -- Morten Kj aerum, Director, Danish Center for Human Rights
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Book Description Copenhagen Business School Press, 1999. Paperback. Condition: Good. Good solid copy, mild to moderate reading/age wear, no DJ if issued, may have some light markings or exowner inscription. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books and media, ship within 48 hours, and offer a 100% money back guarantee. Seller Inventory # mon0000164419
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