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They too are linked to universities, where they have graduated from Arabic or related studies. Thereby, he rejects any possibility that religion may have anything mudrosto.

Saadawy, 3rd edition] These three persons are the outstanding figures of Oriental studies in Slovakia. On the other hand, Serbian natives are, by definition, unsuitable candidates mudrossti such a venture, and they accomplish much better results in translating from Arabic. The majority of participants were females between twenty and twenty-four years of age.

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Hussein, Braille edition] As a consequence, usually the publishing house offers the relevant translator very little money compared to work he or she has to do in order to translate any Arabic book. Most of these monographs, 39 to be exact, were translated from the Modern Standard Arabic. From till in Belgrade existed a magazine Kulture Istoka Cultures of the Eastspecialized in philosophy, literature and culture of both Middle and Far East.

Large extracts or even whole novels are often published in periodicals rather than as single volumes. At the end not a big publishing house, but a small and mudfosti BAUM was drgulji to implement the project. Durkheim concept of religion is established on his basic sociological ideas, but also on the division of all phenomena in human society into the sacred and the profane one.


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Moreover, teaching a foreign language to very young children has been an increasingly dominant trend in most globalized societies. Log In Sign Up. Translations from Arabic rarely make a breakthrough into the mainstream book distribution, media reviews and — ultimately — wide readerships in the countries This statement is valid again Serbia is an exception here also for contemporary works that have made a breakthrough in other language markets such as English or French-speaking ones.

Presently, there are around 20 thousand publishers in Poland [RKP ]. Saadawy, 4 th edition] Usually publishing house or a translator is left to its resources to do the relevant promotion. Jews and Muslims in Lower Yemen: The coherent and unified translation policy is still far from being realized. Poetry books The 12 titles of modern poetry published in Polish between and include 5 collections of poems by Hatif al-Janabi an Iraqi poet living in Polanda collection of Palestinian poetry, a collection of modern Arabic poetry two editionsone of the Syrian poet Adonis, one of the Yemeni poet Abd al-Aziz Maqalih and an anthology of Kuwaiti female poets.

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We are not implying here that literary translation is an elite trade, but like any other trade, it requires significant knowledge, great skills and specific sensibility in order to be successful. Translated by Barbara Skubic Reasons for the small number of translations from Arabic into Slovak language The small number of translations from Arabic into Slovak language can be ascribed to several factors; some of them were mentioned earlier.


The next novel translated was The Yacoubian Building in Alaa al Aswany, same translator and editor. There is a call for enabling students to use a range of efficient mental and written strategies when solving addition and subtraction problems. Nevertheless, some Polish translations of classical works had a more refined look, e. This project has been going on for more than couple of decades and yet is still far from being realized.

Thus we find two published anthologies of stories for children, both by Zekeriya Tamer and in translation by S.

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His anthology, replete with careful annotation and lively anecdotes, was a real breakthrough, as it was the first to give the Hungarian reader, ina comprehensive historical overview of the whole of Arabic literature, even though his volume of selected Arabic works in translation suffers from a lot of shortcomings in both its form and content.

Arabic literature continues to be marginal in Bulgaria, not only because it is difficult to access, but because of the chaotic appearance of translation and the often dull selection of works that are translated. Prosveta, Novi Sad: The number of students, who have attained a diploma for this period, however, is a bit over