By: Ornston, Jr. , M. D. , Darius Gray (edited by)
New Haven, CT, Yale University Press: 1992
Seller ID: 004482
Condition: Very Good
Featuring several contributors, most of whom have taught Freud in at least two languages, they discuss different facets of Freud's writings and how different languages come into play in differing translations - primarily French, Spanish, and English. This book describes the problems that become apparent when translating his subtle thoughts and supple wording. The authors discuss the divergencies between what Freud said about his own ideas and what his most popular translators have presented as his words, considering difficulties and solutions devised for the most widely accepted translations (... View More...