March 1999, Volume 26, Number 1

Table of Contents

Articles

Editor's Note
JONATHAN HART
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5-5
Introduction
BURTON PIKE
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6-6
Comparisons of Translations of and Adaptations of Shylock's Speech in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice into German, Hebrew and Yiddish
DROR ABEND-DAVID
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7-19
Transnational Theory and the Euro: Trading in the Currencies of Identity
MELANIE ECKFORD-PROSSOR
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20-34
Getting to Know the Neighbours: When Plot Meets Knot
MICHAEL HANNE
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35-50
If on a Winter's Night, Wandering Through a Lanscape Painted with Tea... Milorad Pavic, Italo Calvino, and the Construction of the Reader
GIULIANA PERCO
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51-71
Literary Translation: Looking Toward the Future
BURTON PIKE
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72-80
God's Heroes and Epic Translations
SIMONA SAWHNEY
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91-93
"Confusion too is company up to a point": Irony, Self-Translation and the Text of Samuel Beckett's Company/Compagnie
IAN W. WILSON
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94-106
"better gift can no man make to a nation": Pound's Confucian Translations and the Internationalisation of The Cantos
STEVEN G. YAO
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107-117