Translation and the lawTipo de material: TextoSeries Scholarly monograph series ; VIIIDetalles de publicación: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company , 1995Descripción: 337 pISBN:
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This Scholary Monograph Series, published by the American Translators Association under the General EDitorship of Marilyn Gaddis Rose, is a project of more tha usual interest...A glance at the table of contents of "Translation and the law" suggest thah easily half of the papaers may be attributed to this, the rest having arisen directly out of ATA activities and, in a single case, the ever-so-gentle arm-twisting of the editor. What this suggest is that "TRanslation and Law " speacks to concerns felt in the broad translation and interpreting community itself rather than those of this particular editor. THe paper came in, one by one, "over the transom", as magazine publishers used to say of unsolicited manuscripts, back when there were such things as transsoms....THat is just as well. The possibility of twisting arms over such distances as those which separate the contibutors to this volume is nil. Proof of that are the several interesting papers still to be had in, "at least", Argentina, México, the United Kingdom and Hong KOng, but also in New York City, Washington, DC, and Texas...
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