Exorcising translation is a cogent and innovative problematisation of the unnecessarily inevitable and highly influential dichotomy that confronts universalist and relativist ideologies in translation studies in theory and in comparative cultural studies doug robinsons work exemplifies . A fuller but more cumbersome version of the subtitle would be from civilizational spells to an intercivilizational turn says robinson and the move toward an intercivilizational turn would ideally exorcise the civilizational spells he challenges the kind of either or thinking that binarizes east . Exorcising translation towards an intercivilizational turn douglas robinson a major new work in translation studies and comparative literature looking at the tensions and relations between western and eastern culture and literature by a pioneering scholar in the field. Exorcising translation towards an intercivilizational turnby douglas robinson new york and london bloomsbury academic 2017 xxvi 176 pp. Exorcising translation towards an intercivilizational turn london bloomsbury google scholar that demonstrate the ways in which critical translation studies can inform other translation scholarship this is an important finding and one that makes this book a useful contribution to the discipline however there remains a need for a more
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