The Interliterary substitution or foreign literary borrowing as a traductological resort. About the best way for the translator to couple the Spanish prose together with the French poetry

TitreThe Interliterary substitution or foreign literary borrowing as a traductological resort. About the best way for the translator to couple the Spanish prose together with the French poetry
Type de publicationArticle de revue
AuteurLévêque, Daniel
TypeArticle scientifique dans une revue à comité de lecture
Année2009
LangueEspagnol
Date2009/05/18
Numéro10
Pagination127 - 138
Titre de la revueHermēneus
ISSN1139-7489
Mots-clésaesthetics, collective unconscious, comparison of texts, ethics, literary borrowing, literary culture, literary tradition, literary translation, spontaneity
Résumé en anglais

It is of common knowledge that literary translation, more than the transposition of a language into another one is the transposition of a culture into another one and, even more, that of a literary tradition into another one. We mean to show here that if translating is subject to linguistic constraints which make it a scientific activity, it is connected in other respects (by the involvement of the literary culture of the translator and the acuteness of its pen) with own interpretative options that make it an artistic activity. Our French version of a few excerpts from modern Spanish novels will enable to ascertain more clearly how a poetic borrowing drawn out of the target literary culture (in the circumstances, the French one) can represent a first-rate traductological resort. The examples in question will finally show how the translator may be led to couple the Spanish prose together with the French poetry, for both ethical and aesthetic reasons.

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