Smaller Languages: The Slavic Languages
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14201/clina201952

Table of Contents

Table of contents

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Introduction

Smaller Languages: the Slavic Languages. «The Bearable Heaviness of Czech» PDF PDF (Español)
Miroslava AUROVÁ, Jana PEŠKOVÁ, J. Agustín TORIJANO 7-10/11-15

Articles

The re-edition of Ceské theorie prekladu [Czech theories of translation] by Jirí Levý PDF (Español)
Jana KRÁLOVÁ, Katerina STREDOVÁ, Lukáš KLIMEŠ 17-35
Genre Analysis in the Translation Studies Paradigm Today PDF
Ondrej MOLNÁR 37-62
Czech Interpreters have been working in Meetings of Institutions of the EU for 15 Years PDF (Español)
Ivana CENKOVÁ 63-76
Unique Items and Parallel Corpora: Evidence from Czech PDF
Michaela MARTINKOVÁ, Markéta JANEBOVÁ 77-98
Communicative and Textual Competence in Translations of Legal Texts from English into Czech: A Case Study PDF
Vanda OBDRŽÁLKOVÁ 99-119
Czech Narrative Published in Spain after 1975: Presences and Absences PDF (Español)
Luis PEGENAUTE 121-146
Fictitious Translators, the Sinuous Ways of Literature PDF (Español)
Miguel José CUENCA DROUHARD 147-163
Corpora in Legal Translation: Overcoming Terminological and Phraseological Assymetries between Czech and English PDF
Ondrej KLABAL 165-186

Reviews

Mezi pannou a babou [Between Maiden and Grandam]. A New Novel by Eda Kriseová PDF
Martina HALAMOVÁ 187-189
Staff PDF
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