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Palimpsestes is a journal devoted to the study of the theoretical and practical problems involved in the process of translation. The journal focuses primarily on translation from French into English, and English into French. It aims to integrate theory into the practice of translating, while reflecting on the concrete problems facing a translator. The articles bring to light what can be theorised – or at least generalised or given a general value – through examining specific texts and their translations. A bilingual presentation of all the texts discussed is included with each issue of Palimpsestes. Palimpsestes is intended for academics, students, professional translators and anyone interested in the exciting recreating process underlying translation.

Latest issue
26 | 2013
La cohérence discursive à l’épreuve : traduction et homogénéisation

Edited by Christine RAGUET
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