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For an Abusive Subtitling Abé Mark Nornes
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An overview of the text Explores the cultural and ideological issues of subtitling ignored by both film studies and translation studies Limitations of the practice Inevitability of ‘violence’ in subtitling ‘Corrupt’ vs. ‘abusive’ subtitling Offers an unprecedented history of subtitling The three ‘epochs’
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Three Epochs of Translation 1.Nornes’ first epoch (plain prose) “The plain prose translation surprises us with foreign splendors in the midst of our national domestic sensibility.” (Goethe 2004: 64) 2.Corrupt (parodistic) “The translator to transport himself into the foreign situation but actually only appropriates the foreign idea and represents it as his own.” (Ibid) 3.Abusive (final and highest) “The goal of the translation is to achieve perfect identity
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Examples of the first epoch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrOB-E1lVB http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2T9dUBO4p
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Examples of the second epoch (corrupt subtitling) Diarios de Motocicleta (The Motorcycle Diaries, DVD)
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