ANTON POPOVIČ A JEHO NITRIANSKA TRANSLATOLOGICKÁ ŠKOLA
Anton Popovič and the Nitra School of Translation
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The aim of the article is a discussion of Anton Popovič (1933-1984) and his contribution to the foundation of Slovak translation studies as well as his work with the so-called Nitra School of Translation. The article traces his steps in creating the communicational stylistic theory of literary translation, as well as his activities within the Slovak translator’s association, the International Federation of Translators (FIT) and the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA). Last but not least, Popovič’s work at the Nitra Cabinet of Literary Communication, which became the organizational centre of Slovak translation studies, is examined as well.
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