The theory identifies the mental and cognitive processes involved in both oral and written translation: understanding the text, deverbalizing its language, re-expressing sense. For the purposes of translation, languages are a means of transmitting sense, they are not to be translated as such. Although translation involves the use of correspondences, translators generally set up equivalence between text segments. The synecdochic nature of both languages and texts, a phenomenon discussed in the book, explains why translation is possible across language differences.
This is an interdisciplinary and practical approach to the analysis of poetry which focuses on text worlds, namely the contexts, scenarios or types of reality that readers construct in their interaction with the language of texts.
A study of discourse-functional constraints on the use of a marked syntactic construction. Argues that inversion in clauses serves an information-packaging function, linking familiar and unfamiliar information in the discourse. Demonstrates a correlation between a well-defined type of giveness and constituent position within a particular syntactic construction and sheds light on the relationship between information status and word order. Of interest to researchers in syntax and discours
Gambling permeated the daily lives of eighteenth-century Britons of all classes. This book explicates the relationship between the rampant gambling in eighteenth-century England, the new forms of gambling-inspired capitalism that transformed British society, and novels that interrogate the new socio-economy of long odds and lucky breaks.
Through vivid stories of the experiences of their patients (both adults and children), Drs. Hallowell and Ratey show the varied forms ADD takes -- from the hyperactive search for high stimulation to the floating inattention of daydreaming -- and the transforming impact of precise diagnosis and treatment.
Here are some random scenes that you, as an author, can put in your book. FOR FREE! For example, maybe your character is in a car chase. What cool things or interesting things can happen to them? Well, you can add in a helicopter scene or maybe a transformer-type of scene. Go ahead; find out what I’m talking about….
As writers, we sometimes need help understanding our character's actions. For us, help is always nice, and it isn't shameful to ask. This is the reason why I wrote this booklet. Scan through the scenarios, events and situations that your characters may go through. Whether they’re getting married, have been fired from a job or if they are plotting a murder. Whatever the case is, find out how your character acts during these times and find out what they would do during these important times.