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    A Practical Guide for Translators, 5th edition

    Department: Arts and Humanities

    Author: Geoffrey Samuelsson-Brown

    school: National Open University of Nigeria

    course code: ARA383

    Topics : Translators, Recruitment competitions, test translations, Bilingualism, Target language, source language, Target language deprivation, sharp tongue retention, Localisation, Culture shocks, Stereotypes, running business translation, counting words, quotations, Machine translation, computer-aided translation, STAR Transit, SDL Trados, Trade Association Libraries, Past translations, Dictionaries Standards, Compiling glossaries, Product literature, Translation reports

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    English

    Department: Arts and Humanities

    Author: Sarumi Kahar Wahab

    school: National Open University of Nigeria

    course code: ARA383

    Topics : English-Arabic Translation, English-Arabic Translation techniques, Arabic prose, Arabic poetry, Arabic Novel, Modern Arabic Short Story, Ken Saro-Wiwa, family affair

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    Teaching and Researching Translation, 2nd edition

    Department: Arts and Humanities

    Author: Basil Hatim

    school: National Open University of Nigeria

    course code: ARA383

    Topics : Teaching Translation, Researching Translation, translation studies, applied linguistics, translation analyst, reflective practice, Bridging cultural and linguistic differences, pragmatics, translator invisibility, gendered translation, metatext, literary, Polysystem theory, Manipulationists, translation purpose, Translation strategy dichotomies assessed, Translation strategy, relevance theory, text procesning, genre, genre norms, discourse practices, literal translation

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    Translation and World Literature

    Department: Arts and Humanities

    Author: Susan Bassnett

    school: National Open University of Nigeria

    course code: ARA383

    Topics : Translation, World Literature, French World-literature, monolingualism, Francopolyphonie, translation dynamics, cosmopolitanism

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