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Rener, Frederick M., ed. 1989. Interpretatio: language and translation from Cicero to Tytler (Approaches to Translation Studies 8). Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi. 367 pp.


This edited volume aims to investigate the theory and practice of translation in Western Europe from classical antiquity to the end of the 18th century and offers a detailed explanation of the technical vocabulary used during that period. The findings function as a workable basis for future research not only in the field of translation but also in fields involving language and literary criticism. [Based on publisher information]

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