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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2008.tde-31072009-153332
Document
Author
Full name
Marilise Rezende Bertin
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Milton, John (President)
Ghirardi, Pedro Garcez
Sampaio, Glória Regina Loreto
Title in Portuguese
Traduções, adaptações, apropriações: reescrituras das peças  Hamlet, Romeu e Julieta e Otelo, de William Shakespeare
Keywords in Portuguese
Adaptação
Apropriação.
Peças
Shakespeare
Tradução
Abstract in Portuguese
The present thesis consists of a study on some rewritings of three plays written by William Shakespeare: Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and Othello. Firstly, terms like translation, literal translation, free translation, rewriting, adaptation, updating, appropriation, condensation and recreation will be tackled with the purpose of understanding the process of interlingual and intralingual translations. The analysis of the theories developed by Hans J. Vermeer and Georges L. Bastin will be extremely important in order to justify and exemplify translations (adaptations) which are not so faithful and are aimed at specific types of public. The historical study of a number of French translations show how erotic, bawdy and grotesque parts of the Shakespearean texts were altered or omitted. Lastly, I analyse the bilingual adaptations of the three plays mentioned above, which I carried out with John Milton.
Title in English
Translations, adaptations, appropriations: derivations of Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and Otelo, by William Shakespeare
Keywords in English
Adaptation
Appropriation.
Plays
Shakespeare
Translation
Abstract in English
The present thesis consists of a study on some rewritings of three plays written by William Shakespeare: Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and Othello. Firstly, terms like translation, literal translation, free translation, rewriting, adaptation, updating, appropriation, condensation and recreation will be tackled with the purpose of understanding the process of interlingual and intralingual translations. The analysis of the theories developed by Hans J. Vermeer and Georges L. Bastin will be extremely important in order to justify and exemplify translations (adaptations) which are not so faithful and are aimed at specific types of public. The historical study of a number of French translations show how erotic, bawdy and grotesque parts of the Shakespearean texts were altered or omitted. Lastly, I analyse the bilingual adaptations of the three plays mentioned above, which I carried out with John Milton.
 
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Publishing Date
2009-07-31
 
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