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Dario Gioia, Claudio Martino and Marcello Schiattarella

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Rahim Dabiri, Mohamad Emami, Habib Mollaei, Bin Chen, Mansor Abedini, Nematallah Omran and Mitra Ghaffari

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Georgiana Lungu Badea

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In this paper, we present and analyse the challenges faced by the translator of potential literature. In the context of translation and thus of reconstruction according to a principle - a constraint that can be expressed mathematically, thus reducing the number and categories of readers - the translator’s task is even more difficult than in other translational situations. The Oulipians’ literature eludes traditional benchmarks and puts the translator to the test. However, the latter does not give in to the effort of “délabyrinther” the text

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Pietro Aucelli, Vincenzo Amato, Massimo Cesarano, Gerardo Pappone, Carmen Rosskopf, Elda Ermolli and Fabio Scarciglia

., Rosskopf C.M. & Russo Ermolli E. 2010: Quaternary evolution of the Molise Apennine (southern Italy): new constraints from the Sessano intra-mountain basin. Geomorphology , submitted. Antonucci A., De Corso S., Di Luzio E., Lenci F., Sansonne P., Scrocca D. & Tozzi M. 2000: The Montagnola di Frosolone and the northern Matese massif: new data on the Molise geology. Boll. Soc. Geol. Ital. 119, 637-654 (in Italian). Ascione A. & Cinque A. 1999: Tectonics and erosion in the long term relief history of the Southern

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Guan Xu, Xinyuan Zhang, Xiaotao Li, Jian Su and Zhaobing Hao

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Oana Babîi

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The translator’s role and responsibility are high in any act of interlingual communication, and even higher when irony, an indirect and deliberately elusive form of communication, is involved in the translation process. By allowing more than one possible interpretation, irony is inevitably exposed to the risk of being misunderstood. This paper attempts to capture the complexity of translating irony, making use of theoretical frameworks provided by literary studies and translation studies. It analyses if and how the types of irony, the literary genres and the cultural, normative factors, perceived as potential contextual constraints, have an impact on the translator’ choices in rendering irony in translation, taking illustrative examples from Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, Aldous Huxley and David Lodge’s works.

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Lilianna Ważna

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László Aszalós and Mária Bakó

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Jaromír Ulrych, Lukáš Ackerman, Václav Kachlík, Ernst Hegner, Kadosa Balogh, Anna Langrová, Jan Luna, Ferry Fediuk, Miloš Lang and Jiří Filip

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Monika Banaszewska

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