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Reading against the grain: translation of India in eighteenth and nineteenth Century French travel accounts
The majority of research on colonial India, including research in Translation Studies, tends to approach it as an Anglophone space. The history of Indo-French encounter in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries has so far ...
Translating Mediation in Travel Writing: India in Pierre Sonnerat's Voyage aux Indes orientales et la Chine (1782)
In recent decades, a growing number of studies have focused on the parallels and interconnections between travel writing and translation to examine the ways in which both practices can be understood to represent the foreign, ...