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From a technical point of view, a translation project is closely related to the project management of the translation process. But, from an intercultural point of view, a translation project is much more complex; this becomes evident, for instance, when considering Bible translation or other literary translation projects.
Translation scholars such as Antoine Berman defend the views that every translator shall develop his/her own translation project, adhere to it and, later, develop translation criticism. Every translator can only be faithful to his/her own translation project.
- Cultural translation
- Skopos theory
- Translation studies
- Translation criticism
- Literary translation
- Keiran J. Dunne; Elena S. Dunne (2011). Translation and Localization Project Management:The Art of the Possible. American Translators Association Scholarly Monograph Series. John Benjamins Publishing Company. ISBN 978-90-272-3192-5.
- "Berman's approach to translation criticism in a given example". Retrieved 21 April 2013.
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