This introduction emphasises how the notion of translation, in its broadest meaning, can become useful at more than one level of analysis. Indeed, if we consider language as the very first mediator through which human beings can access reality, we cannot but accept the idea that every act of reading (whether real or artistic expression) necessarily involves a process of (re)interpretation and can thus be understood in terms of translation. The Introduction thus delineates briefly the contents of the book

Introduction / Canepari, Michela; Mansfield, Gillian; Poppi, Franca. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 7-12.

Introduction

Michela Canepari;Gillian Mansfield;
2016

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This introduction emphasises how the notion of translation, in its broadest meaning, can become useful at more than one level of analysis. Indeed, if we consider language as the very first mediator through which human beings can access reality, we cannot but accept the idea that every act of reading (whether real or artistic expression) necessarily involves a process of (re)interpretation and can thus be understood in terms of translation. The Introduction thus delineates briefly the contents of the book
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