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The Coloniser and the Colonised: Reflections on Translation as Contested Space

Harry Aveling

Abstract


Tulisan ini mengemukakan pentingnya pemahaman penerjemah mengenai “kata” dari sebuah karya. Kata “coloniser” dan “colonised” yang muncul dalam karya Albert Memmi memiliki relevansi dengan pengertian kolonial yang bersifat metaforis. Oleh karena itu, seorang penerjemah, dalam melihat kedua kata itu, haruslah terfokus pada teks itu sendiri dan merefleksikannya. Secara singkat ada banyak cara untuk melihat karakteristik yang beragam dari hubungan antara penerjemah beserta terjemahannya dan penulisnya

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coloniser, colonised, colonial metaphor, translator, translated

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17510/wjhi.v8i2.232

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