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Establishment of Translation NGOs would ban parallel Work

Gholamreza Emami, writer and translator, criticized the current trend of parallel translations and said in order to stop parallelism, it is necessary to establish independent translation institutions where translators can register their choices.

 Emami added, "Sometimes translators simultaneously work on the translation of the book or a book that is already translated. This is not pleasant at all and I have experienced this myself. My translation of Laughing without an Accent in 222 pages is now released with another persons translation but only in 142 pages."

According to Emami, in order to stop parallel work and considering the absence of the copyright law in our country, establishment of an independent translation NGO is a must.
He emphasized, "The writers and translators should form such organizations themselves and register their chosen texts there so that other translators would not start a parallel translation."
He finally stressed that this will not only stop repetitions, but it will also pave the way for other translators.

Gholamreza Emami was born in 1946 in Arak. He has spent 25 years of his life in Italy and obtained his PhD in Political Sciences there. His familiarity with Italian, Arabic and English has made him a successful translator, while his works for children has brought him national and world awards.


10:02 - 16/06/2012    /    Number : 584657    /    Show Count : 942


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