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Comment le discours indirect libre peut-il être traduit en allemand ?

Abstract : Free Indirect Speech is an example of a linguistic debate which has always been contrastive. Noticed first by Tobler at the end of the XIXth century, it enjoyed a special place in linguistic studies at the Munich School (Kalepky, Lorck, E. Lerchand G. Lerch) and in Geneva (Bally et Lips). Especially the German-French contrast has given rise to a discussion of free indirect speech. In the course of the XXth century this contrastive perspective has clearly continued. At first I will set out to explain why the linguistic debate is based on an analysis which takes into account several languages. The aim is thereby to study correspondences in translation, including convergences and divergences that various linguists have discussed. One aim is to investigate how contrastive linguistics has contributed towards working out the particularities which happen to be ambiguous and open to interpretation. Finally, the characteristics which can be derived from the various scientific approaches permit me to investigate the models of interpretation and ambiguity and to take a new look at the special characteristics of free indirect speech in both source and target texts.
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Caroline Pernot. Comment le discours indirect libre peut-il être traduit en allemand ?. Congrès mondial de traductologie/World Congress on Translation Studies, Société française de traductologie (Université Paris-Nanterre); Société d’études des pratiques et théories en traduction (Septet); MoDyCo (Université Paris-Nanterre, CNRS); CREA (Université Paris-Nanterre), Apr 2017, Nanterre, France. ⟨hal-01721398⟩

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