- Dissertation sur la Littérature

Dissertation sur la Littérature

Theories of postcolonial translation

According to “Susan Bassnett”, translation doesn’t exist in a vacuum but rather in a continuum. It is not an isolated act, but it is a part of a dynamic process through which many intercultural transfers are taking place. Translation is neither a transparent nor an innocent act, because it is loaded of significations at each

Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

Twelfth Night starts when Orsino the Duke of Illyria states ‘If music be the food of love, play on.’ Orsino desires excess of music because it might cure his desire for love. Orsino then compares love with a human’s appetite for food. In which eating too much removes one’s appetite for food so excess of

Friar Laurence’s fault in “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare

Friar Laurence causes the tragic deaths of the main characters in William Shakespeare’s famous play, Romeo and Juliet. The mishap starts with Friar Laurence encouraging and enabling Romeo and Juliet’s secret relationship. Problems start occurring one after another because of Friar’s reckless ability to plan. As the play progresses, the audience begins to discover Friar

Academic literature observing the position of Russian women throughout the history

Clements, Barbara Evans., “Later Developments: Trends in Soviet Women’s History, 1930 to the Present”, in Russia’s Women: Accommodation, Resistance, Transformation, ed. by Barbara Evans Clements, Barbara Alpern Engel and Christine D. Worobec (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991). This work seeks to challenge what many historians have previously ignored – the efforts made to control