Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Hervey, Sandor et al. (2nd Edtn. 2006) Thinking German Translation, ( TGT) London and New York: Routledge.
NB: available online via the library (search Title ‘ Thinking German Translation ’ and log in to view electronic book)
Durrell, Martin (1992) Using German. A Guide to Contemporary Usage. ( UG ) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
NB: reading will regularly be set from these books. The Durrell is useful for Core Language 3 as well.
Suggested Additional Reading
Baker, Mona & Saldanha, Gabriela (eds) (2nd edition 2008) Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies, London and New York: Routledge.
(No need to purchase this, but it is such a comprehensive reference work that you may want to familiarise yourself with it in the library).
Baker, Mona (1992) In Other Words , London: Routledge.
Bellos, David (2011) Is that a Fish in your Ear?: Translation and the Meaning of Everything, UK: Penguin Books Ltd.
Lodge, David (1994), The Art of fiction : illustrated from classic and modern texts. London: Penguin.
(A crash course in literary style for those who don’t read much fiction in English).
Munday, Jeremy (2016 edition) Introducing Translation Studies, London: Routledge
Shuttleworth, Mark & Cowie. Moira (1997) Dictionary of translation studies Manchester: St. Jerome Publishing. (Please note this text was initially published in 1997 so some ideas are slightly outdated. However, this is a very easy to use guide to translation terminology and issues, perfectly adequate for the requirements of the module).
Venuti, Lawrence (2nd edition 2004) The Translation Studies Reader, New York: Routledge.
Zorach, Cecile; Melin, Charlotte & Krautz, Elizabeth A. (5th edition 2009) English Grammar for Students of German: The Study Guide for Those Learning German, Ann Arbor: Olivia and Hill Press.
This list was last updated on 21/09/2021