USV – Messages Sages and Ages

Articles

CONSPIRING AGAINST THE GULLIBLE: NOTES ON GULLIVER’S TRAVELS AS UNIVERSAL SATIRE IN THE GUISE OF PARANOID DISCOURSE – DAN NICOLAE POPESCU

Readers and critics alike have bickered over the verisimilitude of Gulliver’s Travels since it was first published in 1726. No critical consensus has ever been reached even on some very fundamental interpreting issues. While several particulars of Swift’s satire appear…

(PERI)TEXTUALITY AND A SKYSCRAPER OF FOOTNOTES: ALPHONSE DAUDET’S LA DOULOU AS TRANSLATED BY JULIAN BARNES – DANIELA HĂISAN

Drawing loosely on text linguistics, Gérard Genette’s classic works on paratextuality, as well as a number of fairly recent concerns in Translation Studies (e.g. paratranslation, translator’s habitus, translator’s visibility), the present article deals with a collection of notes by Alphonse…