A comparative study of Yan Fu’s Xin Da Ya and three Western translation theories: Possible implications to document translation

Liu, Xiaomei (2006). A comparative study of Yan Fu’s Xin Da Ya and three Western translation theories: Possible implications to document translation M.A. Thesis, School of Languages and Comp Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland.

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Author Liu, Xiaomei
Thesis Title A comparative study of Yan Fu’s Xin Da Ya and three Western translation theories: Possible implications to document translation
Formatted title A comparative study of Yan Fu’s Xin Da Ya and three Western translation theories: Possible implications to document translation
School, Centre or Institute School of Languages and Comp Cultural Studies
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 2006
Thesis type M.A. Thesis
Supervisor Ko, Leong
Total pages 50
Language eng
Subjects L
970120 Expanding Knowledge in Language, Communication and Culture
200311 Chinese Languages
200323 Translation and Interpretation Studies
Abstract/Summary This thesis is about a comparative study of Yan Fu’s Xin Da Ya and three western translation theories. The study was based primarily on the review of existing literature on Yan Fu’s Xin Da Ya and the three western translation theories.
Keyword translation theory
Yan Fu

 
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