Le Processus De Réécriture Et De Recréation Dans La Traduction: Exemple Du Discours Vulgaire
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In manifesting itself as a practice for ages, translation has been debated in a scientific manner in recent years, which makes it a phenomenon. It is by acquiring a scientific status that translation has been addressed as a textual and cultural transmission, rather than just as a language transfer. With regard to the fact that at stake in translation is the concept of culture, a linguistic translation is not merely enough, for each culture has its own different codes. In translation showing an intercultural position from the contextual viewpoint, an intertextual one from the stylistic outlook, criteria, such as text, context, cultural background, meaning, and status and position of the text in the society, are taken into account. In this context, in the process of the translation of cultural discourses, translation turns into a “rewriting” and “recreation,” rather than being an absolute language transfer. In an intercultural translation, a translator tries to find equivalents of cultural discourses in his/her own language and culture by rewriting and recreating. Here, the main purpose of the translator is to provide the meaning and effect of expressions found in the source text and culture within the target language and culture in the same way as far as possible. Thereby, the translator, in fact, advances a “translative recreation”. Within this framework, the aim of this study is to illustrate that translation, indeed, is an intertextual and intercultural practice, and that this practice is particularly useful in translating the “colloquial discourse” that is of cultural significance. Keywords Intertextual, intercultural, rewriting, recreation, translation studies, colloquial discourse, translative rewriting.