1970-nendai to Murakami Haruki: 'America' o shiza to suru hon'yaku

Uchiyama, Akiko (2015) 1970-nendai to Murakami Haruki: 'America' o shiza to suru hon'yaku. Hon’yaku Kenkyu eno Shōtai, 14 39-54.

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Author Uchiyama, Akiko
Title 1970-nendai to Murakami Haruki: 'America' o shiza to suru hon'yaku
Translated title Translating ‘America’ Murakami Haruki and the 1970s
Journal name Hon’yaku Kenkyu eno Shōtai
Translated journal name Invitation to Translation Studies
ISSN 2185-5307
Publication date 2015-09
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 14
Start page 39
End page 54
Total pages 16
Collection year 2016
Language jpn
Formatted abstract
Murakami Haruki debuted in 1979 with Kaze no Uta o Kike (Hear the Wind Sing). He is an internationally recognised writer whose work has been published in around 40 countries. He is also known as a translator who has translated works of American authors including F. Scott Fitzgerald and Raymond Carver. This paper examines Murakami’s first three novels (the trilogy of the Rat), Kaze no Uta o Kike, 1973-nen no Pinbōru (1980; Pinball, 1973) and Hitsuji o Meguru Bōken (1982; A Wild Sheep Chase) from the perspective of ‘translation’. The influence of American novels on Murakami’s work is discussed in light of the idea of ‘translation’. Murakami’s view of translation is also explored in order to discuss the intricate relationship between his writing and his practice of translation. The paper argues that the trilogy of the Rat is a ‘translation’ of ‘America’ as it is constructed by Murakami
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Institutional Status UQ
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