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Translation of Colloquial Language Devices in Fiction: A Century of Maupassant's Ivrogne in Czech Translation
Mundevová, Lenka ; Duběda, Tomáš (advisor) ; Šotolová, Jovanka (referee) ; Drsková, Kateřina (referee)
Lenka Mundevová Translation of Colloquial Language Devices in Fiction: A Century of Maupassant's Ivrogne in Czech Translation Abstract The dissertation compares the stylization of the dialogues in the French original of Maupassant's short story Ivrogne (The Drunkard), written in 1884, with five Czech translations published between 1902 and 1997. The comparative analysis is focused on the devices of colloquial language, including dialect, which appear frequently in the dialogues of the story and prove to be extraordinarily useful when interpreting Maupassant's text. The analysis of the excerpted material is preceded by the description of the basic characteristics of colloquial French and Czech, followed by the description of their stratifications. The mutual relation of the colloquial language varieties is an important prerequisite for the evaluation of the translations of colloquial language devices and their appropriateness in the individual Czech versions of Ivrogne. The paper also deals with the development of Czech aesthetic translation standards and their relation to the standard of local fiction, outlining the important tendencies of Czech fiction translation applied when colloquial devices were conveyed from French to Czech during the specified timeframe. The individual language devices used in the...
Commented translation:Les droits de l'homme racontés aux enfants. Jean-Louis Ducamp. Les Ěditions Ouvrieres, Paris 1983, str. 11-61
Nováková, Klára ; Belisová, Šárka (advisor) ; Mundevová, Lenka (referee)
The bachelor thesis consists of two main parts: the Czech translation of the first and second chapter and of a part of the third chapter of the French publication Les droits de l'homme racontés aux enfants (Human rights narrated for children) and the comments on this translation. In this text of popular science-divulgation nature, the author explains the concept of human rights to children. The comments section includes a translation analysis of the original text, describes various translation problems and offers practical solutions. The work is concluded with a list of the most frequently used translation procedures. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Annotated Translation: La phonétique (J, Vaissière, 2006, Paris, PUF)
Stoklasová, Hedvika ; Duběda, Tomáš (advisor) ; Mundevová, Lenka (referee)
This bachelor's thesis Annotated Translation: La phonétique (J, Vaissière, 2006, Paris, PUF) is composed of two main parts. The first part presents a translation of the selected chapters of the book La phonétique written by Jacqueline Vaissière. The text was translated from the French language into the Czech language. The second part is a commentary consisting of an analysis of the original text and a description of the methods of translation and the most significant problems of translation that occurred during the translation process. Key words: phonetics, phonology, branches of phonetics, phonetics of French, annotated translation, methods of translation, problems of translation, text analysis
Stories by Guy de Maupassant in Czech translation
Mundevová, Lenka ; Belisová, Šárka (advisor) ; Šotolová, Jovanka (referee)
In its first part, the thesis deals with Guy de Maupassant's life, the importance of short stories in his work, their reception in the French and Czech literary milieu as well as their uniqueness in the context of the literary movements of the 19th century. As a part of the thesis, an overview of the Czech translations of Guy de Maupassant's short stories is included. A separate chapter is devoted to their reception in the Czech literary context. The second empirical part focuses on the comparative critical analysis of the inital texts and their translations. The translations were chosen so that they could represent different generations of Czech translators (1902 - Pavel Projsa, 1960's - Luděk Kárl and Břetislav Štorm, 1990's - Dana Melanová). Here, the thesis deals with the skills of the translators to express the stylistic concisseness of Maupassant as well as the different stylistic levels of the original text (pathos and poetic language on one hand and informality on the other). In the conclusion, a final critical evaluation of the translations is given.

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