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    PRÉSENTATION

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    I. ENTRETIEN
    Entretien. Muguraş Constantinescu (Roumanie) avec Chiara Elefante (Italie) . 15

    II. ARTICLES
    Histoire, critique, théories de los angeles traduction (III)

    Gina Abou Fadel Saad (Liban) — Parcours d'une École de traduction. Rétrospection et horizons réflexifs . 27

    Laurence Gouaux-Rabasa (Réunion) — Des mots aux mondes : Traduire l. a. présence Hindouiste dans un texte d'Anita Desai . 39

    Zhang Wen (France) — l. a. retraduction en littérature de jeunesse. Le type de Cendrillon sous los angeles plume des traducteurs chinois (1928-2004) . 53

    Zuzana Raková (République Tchèque) — L'inventeur de Karel Čapek. Traduction créative et le fonctionnalisme . 65

    Mustapha Tidjet (Algérie) — Signification, ambiguïté et traduction . seventy seven

    Panayiota Ioannidou (Grèce), Ana-Claudia Ivanov (Roumanie) — L'onomastique de Madame Bovary en traduction roumaine et grecque . 87

    Khalil Baba (Maroc) — Les récits de Maqâmât : les intraduisibles de l. a. littérature arabe . 101

    III. snap shots DE TRADUCTEURS/TRADUCTRICES

    Julie Arsenault (Canada) — Pierre Leyris, traducteur des littératures anglaise et anglo-américaine (II) . 113

    IV. FRAGMENTARIUM IRINA MAVRODIN

    Familiarité vs dépaysement : une épreuve pour le traducteur de littérature (traduit du roumain par Ionela-Gabriela Arganisciuc et Anamaria Munteanu) . 131

    V. CHRONIQUES ET COMPTES RENDUS

    Muguraş Constantinescu (Roumanie) — Histoire des traductions en langue française, XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, Yves Chevrel, Annie Cointre et Yen-Maï Tran-Gervat (dir.), Verdier, Paris, 2014 . 135

    Daniela Hăisan (Roumanie) — Traduire l'architecture. Texte et snapshot : un passage vers l. a. création ?, Robert Carvais, Valérie Nègre, Jean-Sébastien Cluzel, Juliette Hurnu-Bélaud (dir.), Éditions A. et J. Picard, Paris, 2015 . 145

    Georgeta Cristian (France) — Écrire en langues. Littératures et plurilinguisme, Olga Anokhina et François Rastier (dir.), Paris, Éditions des records contemporaines, 2015 . 155

    Ana-Claudia Ivanov (Roumanie) — Idéologie et traductologie, Astrid Guillaume (dir.), L'Harmattan, 2016 . 165

    Ionela-Gabriela Arganisciuc (Roumanie) — États des lieux de l. a. traduction pour los angeles jeunesse, Virginie Douglas (dir.), Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 2015 . 169

    LES AUTEURS . one hundred seventy five

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