Some aspects of style in twentieth-century English Bible translation

one-man versions of Mark and the Psalms. by Pearl Sjol ander

Publisher: [University of Umea ] in Umea

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Umea℗ʻ, 1979.

ContributionsUmea Universitet.
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Pagination219p.
Number of Pages219
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Get this from a library. Some aspects of style in twentieth-century English Bible translation: one-man versions of Mark and the Psalms. [Pearl Sjölander]. Style, with particular emphasis on diction, is the major concern, though other aspects can be touched on at times, as well as methods of translation.

Part one deals with versions of Mark into English prose, and part two with versions of the Psalms into English verse : Pearl Sjölander. Some aspects of style in twentieth-century English Bible translation: one-man versions of Mark and the Psalms Sjölander, Pearl Umeå University, Faculty of Arts.

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A Translation into Modern English. Made from the Original Greek. New York: Fleming H. Revell Co., Revised   Frank Schell Ballentine, The New Modern American Bible; Philip Schaff, ed., American Standard Version William B. Godbey, Translation of the New Testament from the Original Greek Joseph Bryant Rotherham, The Emphasised Bible: A New Translation Ferrar Fenton, The Holy Bible in Modern English Richard Francis Weymouth, The New Testament in Modern Speech.

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This effort started with Ptolemy Philadelphus arrangement for the translation of the Hebrew Bible into Koine, in Alexandria, on the island of by: In the twentieth century some very important Jewish translations of the Bible were published.

The Jewish Publication Society created a translation of the Hebrew Scriptures called The Holy Scriptures According to the Masoretic Text, A New Translation (published in ). Bible Book List. Matthew; Mark; Luke; John; Acts; Romans; 1 Corinthians; 2 Corinthians; Galatians; Ephesians.

The American linguist Eugene Nida (–) is recognized as the most influential theorist in twentieth century Bible Translation and is best known for the concept of dynamic equivalence, later renamed.

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The Eclipse of Bible Translation The TrAnslATion of The BiBle into English has had a pe-culiar history. The first complete translation of the New Testa-ment as well as of extensive portions of the Old Testament from the original languages, and also the first after the invention of printing, was done by William Tyndale in the s.

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The Twentieth Century New Testament (TCNT) is an English translation of the New Testament. Originally published in three parts between andit is considered the first translation of the Bible into modern English. After further revisions based on suggestions from readers, the final version was published in The major literary movements in the twentieth century are Modernism (circa ) and Postmodernism (circa ).

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I just had an article published in the Journal of Translation titled “A History of Twentieth Century Translation Theory and Its Application to Bible Translation”. It discusses theoretical developments in translation theory while advocating a perspective I support called ‘functionalism’ which, in short, argues that translations must be designed to fit particular needs.

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