|Title:||The Mask of Evil: Brecht's Response to the Poetry, Theatre and Thought of China and Japan- A Comparative and Critical Evaluation (Europäische ... / Publications Universitaires Européennes)|
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|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Peter Lang International Academic Publishers; 2 edition (December 31, 1977)|
European University Papers, Series XVIII, Vol. 12. Berne, Frankfurt and Las Vegas: Peter Lang. Pp. 629, S. frs. 80. - Bertolt Brecht. Seinz Leben in Bildern Und Texten. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp-Verlag. 349. - Leben Brechts in Wort und Bild. By Ernst and Renate Schumacher.
His previous books include The Mask of Evil: Brecht’s Response to the Poetry, Theatre, and Thought of China and Japan.
The aim of the present paper is to provide a critical evaluation of the most influential equivalence theories that have been proposed by scholars in the field, such as Vinay and Darbelnet (1958), Jakobson (1959), Nida and Taber (1969), Catford (1965), House (1997), Koller (1979), Newmark (1981), Baker (1992), and finally, Pym (2010). The question was as to the kind and degree of sameness which gave birth to different kinds of equivalence.
He had faith in man’s virtue. In Shakespeare’s tragedies the evil forces are victorious only to a certain point, in the end the good wins. Shakespeare’s characters are personalities of great depth and unusual intellect. At the same time he has created real, ordinary men.
Among translation issues, poetry translation is the most problematic area challenging both translators and authorities in the field of translation studies. This is due to the high cultural.
Like all ancient Greeks, he has never thought actively about the rights and obligations of man. To all Greek philosophers, the attainment of the common good was the sole purpose of any polis. So the individual must be subordinate to the state and not the reverse. If the reverse is accepted then the authority of the state as the supreme organisation will be thrown in the air, and the non-existence of the state will imply the non-fulfillment of the goals.
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