Publication details [#18033]
Amos, Flora Ross. 1973. Early theories of translation. New York: Octagon Books. xv + 184 pp.
Originally published in 1920 by Colombia University Press.
This classic work traces the long evolution of translation theory. In four chapters, the author presents theories from the medieval period through theories of Alexander Pope. He discusses Bible translation and the Elizabethan period. The author attempts to impart the art of translation by examining many examples from several translators. [Source: W. Tesseur]