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Time-sharing on stage [electronic resource] : drama translation in theatre and society / Sirkku Aaltonen.

By: Aaltonen, Sirkku.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Topics in translation: 17.Publisher: Clevedon, England ; Buffalo, N.Y. : Multilingual Matters, c2000Description: 1 online resource (vi, 121 p.).ISBN: 058534597X (electronic bk.); 9780585345970 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Drama -- History and criticism | Drama -- Translating | TRAVEL -- Special Interest -- Literary | LITERARY CRITICISM -- General | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Time-sharing on stage.DDC classification: 809.2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Intercultural Theatre -- At the Crossroads of Cultures -- The Text-centred Theatre Tradition -- The Exchange of Dramatic Texts -- Theorising Theatre Translation -- Meaning Production -- The Theatrical System -- Drama and Theatre -- Theatre Texts on the Page -- Speakability, Playability, Performability -- The Time-Sharing of Theatre Texts -- Translation as a Form of Egotism -- Productive Reception I: Compatibility -- Productive Reception II: Integration -- Productive Reception III: Alterity -- Reverence -- Subversion: Rebellion and Disregard -- For the sake of the art -- For the sake of the community -- The Translator in the Attic -- 'Who is Speaking? And Why is S/he Speaking Thus?' -- Authorship and Copyright -- Integrity and La Perruque -- A Way Forward.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-120) and index.

Intercultural Theatre -- At the Crossroads of Cultures -- The Text-centred Theatre Tradition -- The Exchange of Dramatic Texts -- Theorising Theatre Translation -- Meaning Production -- The Theatrical System -- Drama and Theatre -- Theatre Texts on the Page -- Speakability, Playability, Performability -- The Time-Sharing of Theatre Texts -- Translation as a Form of Egotism -- Productive Reception I: Compatibility -- Productive Reception II: Integration -- Productive Reception III: Alterity -- Reverence -- Subversion: Rebellion and Disregard -- For the sake of the art -- For the sake of the community -- The Translator in the Attic -- 'Who is Speaking? And Why is S/he Speaking Thus?' -- Authorship and Copyright -- Integrity and La Perruque -- A Way Forward.

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