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See detailMultilingual Philology and National Literatures: Re-Reading Classical Texts
Dembeck, Till UL

in Critical Multilingualism Studies (2017), 5(3),

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See detailMultilingual Philology and National Literature: Re-Reading Classical Texts. An Introduction
Dembeck, Till UL

in Critical Multilingualism Studies (2017), 5(3),

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See detailMEHR SPRACHIGKEIT – MEHR IDENTITÄT? MULTILINGUALITÄT UND NATIONALE IDENTITÄT AM BEISPIEL LUXEMBURG
Baumann, Isabell UL

in Critical Multilingualism Studies (2016), 4(1), 57-70

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See detailOberflächenübersetzung: The Poetics and Cultural Politics of Homophonic Translation
Dembeck, Till UL

in Critical Multilingualism Studies (2015), 3(1), 7-25

This article reassesses the poetics of homophonic translation in order to come to terms with its (culture-)political effects. In a close reading of poems by Ernst Jandl and Oskar Pastior, Dembeck shows ... [more ▼]

This article reassesses the poetics of homophonic translation in order to come to terms with its (culture-)political effects. In a close reading of poems by Ernst Jandl and Oskar Pastior, Dembeck shows that these authors’ homophonic translations are by no means homogenous in the methods they apply, but rather make use of various, complex strategies of linguistic transformation simultaneously. This constant shifting between strategies enables these poets to make their texts the medium for (culture-)political movements that are, in very different ways, opposed to the presuppositions of monolingualism. Homophonic translation thus proves to be more than just a mere language game without semantic and political impact. [less ▲]

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