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Title: An Annotated Translation of Figurative Languages in John Passarella’s Supernatural: Night Terror
Authors: Katayane, Camilla Tenova
Keywords: annotated translation;figurative language;metaphor;simile;hyperbole;personification;idiom;translation method;translation strategy;translation procedure
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Program Studi Sastra Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: An annotated translation is a term used in the process of clarifying certain translated text by explaining its translation process, as well as the theories used in the translation to justify how the ST resulted in the form of the TT. This paper analyzes John Passarella’s Supernatural: Night Terror by focusing on analyzing the problems found in the process of translating the following figurative languages: metaphor, simile, hyperbole, personification, and idiom in the ST. This paper discusses the inequivalence between both languages in their figurative aspects where the ST’s language doesn’t have the equivalent term in the TT’s language, conducted in the form of an annotation. The analysis and explanations are conducted from word to sentence level by applying semantic translation method as well as identifying the strategies and procedures applied in the translation process. By applying these procedures and strategies, based on semantic translation method, the translator changed some form of these certain figurative languages with consideration of the sense and meaning of said figurative languages. From the analysis, it is found that some of the figurative language examples are reduced to their senses and some are translated with their aesthetic elements intact.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/15449
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