The paper aims to explore the translation fictional turn, by problematicing the character of the translator, looking at it from a purely literary (or fictional) perspective in order to consider its narrative potential. The focus is on two novels by the Québécois writer Jacques Poulin, namely: Les Grandes Marées (1978) and La Traduction est une histoire d'amour (2006).

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The translator as a fictional character

Gardini, Michela
2022

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The paper aims to explore the translation fictional turn, by problematicing the character of the translator, looking at it from a purely literary (or fictional) perspective in order to consider its narrative potential. The focus is on two novels by the Québécois writer Jacques Poulin, namely: Les Grandes Marées (1978) and La Traduction est une histoire d'amour (2006).
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