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De la tamajaght au français... Traduire, c’est trahir, mais jusqu’où ?

Abstract : This paper discusses the problems and challenges of translating into French the work of a Tuareg poet, Hawad, who writes in his language, Tamajaght (Amazigh linguistic family), notated in the Tifinagh alphabet, here vocalised . Several questions are examined concerning the fact of writing in his language for an African author; the vocalisation of the consonantic alphabet of Tifinagh by the Tuaregs in the 1970s; the practical consequences of the status of minored languages on translation and translation tools; the choices made when moving from one language to another in the poetic register; neologisms...
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Hélène Claudot-Hawad. De la tamajaght au français... Traduire, c’est trahir, mais jusqu’où ?. IFS. Tasɣunt n wannas d tɣerma tamaziɣt / Revue de culture et de civilisation amazighe, Criniere du lion, A paraître, pp.7-28. ⟨halshs-03650005⟩

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