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EST Translation Guided by Reception Theory

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ABSTRACT

In the thesis, Reception Theory is introduced to the studies of EST translation to explore the mutual influence and restriction between the author, the translator and readers, as well as the respective reception problems, on the basis of which, the characteristics, principles and strategies of translation are analyzed.

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Lv, L. and Ning, P. (2013) EST Translation Guided by Reception Theory. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, 3, 114-118. doi: 10.4236/ojml.2013.32015.

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