Kommunikative Bibelübersetzung : Eugene A. Nida und sein Modell der dynamischen Äquivalenz / Stefan Felber.

By: Felber, Stefan [author.]Publisher: [Stuttgart] : Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, [2013]Copyright date: ©2013Description: 481 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783438062499; 3438062496Subject(s): Nida, Eugene A. (Eugene Albert), 1914-2011 | Bible -- Translating | Equivalence (Linguistics)Summary: The American, Eugene A. Nida (1914-2011), pioneered the modern, dynamic-equivalent translation of the Bible. Since the 1960's large numbers of translations of the Bible using this principle have been published around the world. In this comprehensive study of Nida's translation theory, Stefan Felber argues that the key is the relationship between Nida's theory and the generative transformational grammar of the linguist Noam A. Chomsky. Felber also outlines the world-wide significance of Nida's theories for the translation of the Bible in the past fifty years.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-461) and indexes.

The American, Eugene A. Nida (1914-2011), pioneered the modern, dynamic-equivalent translation of the Bible. Since the 1960's large numbers of translations of the Bible using this principle have been published around the world. In this comprehensive study of Nida's translation theory, Stefan Felber argues that the key is the relationship between Nida's theory and the generative transformational grammar of the linguist Noam A. Chomsky. Felber also outlines the world-wide significance of Nida's theories for the translation of the Bible in the past fifty years.