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La Traduction intersémiotique. Un retour aux sources

Abstract : The term < intersemiotic translation > is first used in 1959, when Roman Jakobson calls it the third kind of translation alongside intralingual and interlingual translation. As communication and artistic creation are nowadays increasingly carried out in semiotic systems other than verbal, it seems appropriate to rediscuss this notion which, although widely used in a variety of contexts, does not seem to have been raised to a concept in one of the theories of translation. The present article aims to reexamine the term < intersemiotic translation > by placing it in its original context, by applying the methodological principles advocated by the Interpretive Theory of Translation, by referring to Umberto Eco's semiological approach of translation and by searching for examples mostly in the rich and diverse practice in writing by Jean-Claude Carrière.
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Mila Dragović. La Traduction intersémiotique. Un retour aux sources. Former des traducteurs et des interprètes: des prérequis au marché du travail, Feb 2019, Paris, France. ⟨halshs-02491302⟩



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