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Translation as image-making: a case of Mahfouz in English
Dialect refers to a regional or social variety of language distinguished by pronunciation, grammar, or vocabulary. It is well known that in literature, particularly in novels during dialogue, writers often use different ...
Translation and Representation of Political Discourse in the Media
It is generally assumed that the purpose of translation is to bridge the gap between cultures and provide a better understanding of the other. However, this understanding is often shaped to suit a certain agenda. Given ...
Translating Emirati Theater: A Study of Two Plays of HH Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi
The emergence of the theatrical movement in the United Arab Emirates began as a result of the development and maturity of culture as well as the spread of education. In particular, the Emirate of Sharjah is well-known for ...