Indigenous Australian Literature in German. Some Considerations on Reception, Publication and Translation
Keywords:European reception, translation
AbstractThis article retraces the publication and dissemination of Indigenous Australian literature in European languages other than English. It presents a statistical survey based on an extended bibliography. Furthermore, it identifies some of the major difficulties in the translation processes and the marketing of Indigenous stories. While statistics and the bibliography take all non-English European languages into account, this essay focuses on German-speaking countries.
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