|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 244-254) and index.
|aPART 1: TRANSLATION FOR CHILDREN: THEORETICAL APPROACHES AND THEIR APPLICATION: Translating for children / Eithne O'Connell -- Translation of children's literature / Zohar Shavit -- Translation studies in contemporary children's literature: a comparison of intercultural ideological factors / Marisa Fern榥ndez L漃pez -- Translating children's literature: theoretical approaches and empirical studies / Tiina Puurtinen -- PART 2: NARRATIVE COMMUNICATION AND THE CHILD READER: How Emil becomes Michel: on the translation of children's books / Birgit Stolt -- The verbal and the visual: on the carnivalism and dialogics of translating for children / Riitta Oittinen -- Narratology meets translation studies, or the voice of the translator in children's literature / Emer O'Sullivan -- PART 3: TRANSLATING THE VISUAL: Translating pictures / Emer O'Sullivan -- Intertextuality/intervisuality in translation: the jolly postman's intercultural journey from Britain to the Netherlands / Mieke K.T. Desmet -- Time, narrative intimacy and the child: implications of tense switching in the translation of picture books into English / Gillian Lathey -- PART 4: THE TRAVELS OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS AND CROSS-CULTURAL INFLUENCES: Does Pinocchio have an Italian passport? What is specifically national and what is international about classics of children's literature / Emer O'Sullivan -- The early reception of the Grimms' Kinder-und Hausm醀rchen in England / David Blamires -- Nursery politics: Sleeping beauty or the acculturation of a tale / Karen Seago -- Harry Potter and the tower of Babel: translating the magic / Nancy K. Jentsch -- PART 5: THE TRANSLATOR'S VOICE: Mark Twain's 'Slovenly Peter' in the context of Twain and German culture / J.D. Stahl -- Eight ways to say you: the challenges of translation / Cathy Hirano -- Translator's notebook: delicate matters / Anthea Bell.
|aChildren's literature|xTranslations|xHistory and criticism.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0611/2006010924.html