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» A stylistic analysis of poetry translation; Case study of Akbar Jamshidi’s Poem “Smile” Based on Khomeijani Farahani’s Evaluation Framework
By Farzad Akmali | Published 10/4/2010 | Art/Literary Translation | Recommendation:
This article evaluates a translation of the poem named "Smile" based on Khomeijani Farahani’s (a Persian translator and researcher) evaluation framework. The translation is evaluated regarding to its 1) Accuracy 2) Formal loyalty 3) Naturalness 4) Consistency 5) Unity Each stitch is evaluated separately regarding the above-mentioned criteria of the framework. It is concluded that the message of the poem has been imparted but the translation lacks the feeling and the tone embedded in the poem.
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