Translation Studies: A Bibliography
Bassnett, Susan, and Harish Trivedi, eds. Post-colonial Translation: Theory and Practice.
Bassnett, Susan. Translation Studies,
Das, Bijay Kumar. The Horizon of Translation.
Gupta, R.S., ed. Literary Translation.
Kothari, Rita. Translating India. Rev. ed.
Mukherjee, Sujit. Translation as Recovery.
Mukherjee, Tutun, ed. Translation: From Periphery to Centrestage.
Munday, Jeremy. Introducing Translation Studies : Theories and Applications. London/New York: Routledge, 2001.
Nida, Eugene A. The Theory and Practice of Translation.
Nida, Eugene A. Toward a Science of Translating.
Nirajana, Tejaswini. Siting Translation: History, Post-structuralism, and the Colonial Context.
Picken, Catriona, ed. The Translator’s Handbook. 2nd ed.
Ramakrishan, Shantha.Translation and Multilingualism: Post-Colonial Contexts.
Ramakrishna, Shantha., ed. Translation and Multilingualism. Delhi: Pencraft, 1997.
Shunmugom, C., and C. Sivashanmugan. Translation: New Dimensions.
Talgeri, Pramod, and S.B. Verma, eds. Literature in Translation: From Cultural Transference to Metonymic Displacement.
Toury, Gideon. Translation Across Cultures.
Venuti, Lawrence, ed. The Translation Studies Reader.
Vinoda, T., and V. Gopala Reddy, eds. Studies in Translation: Theory and Practice.
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