On the Subjectivity of Translator During Translation Process From the Viewpoint of Metaphor

Haixia LIN

Abstract


This paper aims at giving suggestions to the metaphor constructor for ideal interpreting from the viewpoint of translator’s comprehension. In order to lead to the ideal interpreting from the translator, metaphor constructor is supposed to take more factors into consideration which will help to bring forward the ideal interpreting expected by the metaphor constructor and which seems more difficult than the common way to express their idea.


Keywords


Translator; Metaphor constructor; Subjectivity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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