Words of Wisdom:

"Be who you are not who you want to be" - Diane

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Gergana Pencheva-Apostolova (Editor)
ANALYSES
Authors:
Gergana Apostolova
Ellie Boyadzhieva
Zarina Markova
Maria Bagasheva-Koleva
Svetla Kyurova
Mariya Anastasova
Dafina Kostadinova
Iveilo Velev
Yana Manova-Georgieva
Vanya Sakareva


Bulgarian
First Published in 2011
By SWU Press
Blagoevgrad

Copyright © Gergana Pencheva-Apostolova

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CONTENTS
ANALYSES 2
FOREWORD 7
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 8

PART ONE
THE TRAVELLING TEXT AND THE GLOBAL MACHINE 9
Gergana Apostolova
Language, Translation and Infomania 10
Neuroscience, the foreign language, and the useless human 19
Mind speaking to mind or where the text ends 23
The Dynamic Dimensions in Translation 46
Proper Names in a Translator’s Perspective 50
Dialects 77
Gergana Apostolova, Monika Lazovska
Listening for Interpretation 95
Onomatopoeia 100
The Bulgarian self in I, you and he 101
Register and Meaning 110
The Motivation of the Translator 113
Verb, Tense and Deixis 116
Ellie Boyadzhieva

PART TWO
METHODOLOGIES 134
Metaphors of mind: Multiple approaches to human intelligence 135
Zarina Markova
Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Bulgarians in the Time of Englishes and the Globalizing World 152
Dafina Kostadinova
PART THREE
SPECIFIC CASES & PRACTICES 168
Pre-translation 169
Mariya Anastasova
The Textual Environment of the Personal Names 181
Yana Manova-Georgieva
Translation of legal documents 188
Vanya Sakareva
Diminutiveness 204
Maria Bagasheva-Koleva
ORIGIN AND MEANING OF DIMINUTIVE WORDS 225
Big and Little
Maria Bagasheva-Koleva
PARTICIPLES IN ACTIVE USE 233
Svetla Kyurova
Common errors in translating literary texts 247
Svetla Kyurova, Maria Bagasheva-Koleva
The Foreigners in Titus Andronicus:
Are They So Guilty? 269
Iveilo Velev
Associations With
TITUS ANDRONICUS 287
Iveilo Velev
About the Authors 320





















FOREWORD
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